Political discourses for global audiences: the media framing of the “clash of civilizations” debate
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Framing
Media
Political discourses
Clash of civilizations
Materias Investigacion::Comunicación
Fecha de publicación: 
16-nov-2015
Resumen
To a great extent, cultural confrontation has replaced the ideological battles of the Cold War. During the 1990s, and particularly since 11 September 2001, Islamic fundamentalist groups have attacked the political and cultural control exercised by the West, engendering a climate of constant conflict which feeds on reasons that are both old and new: old bones of contention, like the conflict between Jews and Palestinians; and new ones, like those arising out of the “war on terror” or the so-called “cartoon crisis”. Although violent actions are mainly rejected by international public opinion, there is no doubt that potential confrontations are brewing on the level of values and ways of understanding society.

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