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dc.contributor.advisor Hill, Joseph
dc.creator Abushadi, Ehsan 2011-06-01 2012-10-21T07:57:54Z 2012-10-21T16:00:05Z 2012-10-21T07:57:54Z
dc.description.abstract What are Western views of the Muslim Brotherhood based on Western media in the aftermath of the Arab Spring of 2011? Analyzing a range of Western media and their audiences' responses from Jan 25 to May 31, this paper reveals that although there are people that have different views of the brotherhood, Western media predominantly gives the Muslim Brotherhood an image of radicalism and extremism. en
dc.format.medium papers (document genres) en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.rights Author retains all rights with regard to copyright. en
dc.subject Jamʻīyat al-Ikhwān al-Muslimīn en
dc.subject Egypt en
dc.subject Revolutions en
dc.subject Arab countries en
dc.subject Politics and government en
dc.subject Press coverage en
dc.subject Foreign relations en
dc.subject Radicalism en
dc.subject Islamic fundamentalism en
dc.subject Public opinion en
dc.subject.classification Unpublished article or technical report en
dc.title Western media portrayal of the Muslim Brotherhood during the Arab Spring en
dc.type Text en
dc.contributor.sponsor American University in Cairo. School of Engineering Interdisciplinary Program en
dc.subject.discipline Anthropology en
dc.subject.course ANTH 199 en
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