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Description Few issues have captured media headlines over the past two decades like Islam and Muslims, and much of what the Australian public knows about Islam and its followers is gleaned from the mass media. This incisive collection brings together the research and insights of academics, editors and journalists on the representation of Islam and its impact on social relations, the newsworthiness of Muslim issues and the complexities of covering Islam.
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Importantly, Islam and the Australian News Media also explores how Muslim communities in Australia are responding to their image in the Australian news media. This book is a must-read for all those interested in the relationship between media and society. Few issues have captured media headlines over the past two decades like Islam and Muslims, and much of what the Australian public knows about Islam and its followers is gleaned from the mass media.
Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions Other books in this series. On Being a Muslim Farid Esack.
Add to basket. Islam and Contemporary Civilisation Halim Rane. The Alevis in Turkey David Shankland.
Battle for the Flag Amelia Johns. Muslims in Australia Samina Yasmeen.
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Postcolonialism and Islam Geoffrey Nash. Islamic Insurance Aly Khorshid. Early Orientalism Ivan Kalmar.
Da'wa and Other Religions Matthew Kuiper. Religion and Society Research Cluster. Dr Douglas Golding The reporting of Islam in the Australian media reflects the perpetuation of traditional news values in an era of rapid technological change. Dr Zachariah Matthews Dr Matthews will present an overview of his advocacy work with the Australian media, specifically looking at the portrayal of Muslims.
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The range of works clearly demonstrate that there are different conceptual and theoretical approaches among Australian Muslims to the issues of Islamophobia, race, multiculturalism, countering violent extremism and so on. Further, the works reflect a multiplicity of intersectional identities and lived experiences among Australian Muslims.
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The works listed below also demonstrate conflicting, indeed sometimes diametrically opposing, characterizations and definitions of concepts such as Islamophobia, race and radicalisation. While the resource is clearly not exhaustive, a cursory read of works over the timeline covered quickly shows how conversations and arguments have evolved.
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I have nonetheless included such op eds because it is important to trace how discourses and advocacy have shifted and changed. I am certain that some of the writers and creators whose range of work is listed below would agree that they too have refined and reassessed their own understandings and intellectual positions. In placing all these divergent works together I hope we can learn from past mistakes, identify points of intersection and difference, and build a more coherent and collectivised solidarity movement among each other and with other marginalised groups.
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The final thing I want to say is that what this resource makes plain is that for years Australian Muslims have invested tremendous intellectual, emotional and creative labour informing, educating, arguing, analysing, critiquing and creating in the context of the war on terror and debates about Muslims and Islam.
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