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Introduction, Abbas Malek and Anandam P. Kavoori

Part I: Theorizing News</b>

Transnational Cultural Studies and International News: Some Research Questions</em> Anandam P. Kavoori, Kalyani Chadha, and Christina Joseph

A Matrix Model for Framing News Media Reality</em> Naren Chitty

Mediating News: The "International Media Echo" and Symbolic International Relations</em> Peter W. Oehlkers

Part II: Comparative Perspectives</b>

Ideological Manipulation Via Newspaper Accounts of Political Conflict: A Cross-National News Analysis of the 1991 Moscow Coup</em> Li-Ning Huang and Katherine C. McAdams

International News in the Latin American Press</em> Jose-Carlos Lozano, Edgar Gomez, Alejandra Matiasich, Alfredo Alfonso, Martin Becerra, Ada Cristina Machado Silveira, Magdalena Elizondo, Jorge Marroquin, Luciane Delgado Aquino, and Francisco-Javier Martinez

A War by Any Other Name: A Textual Analysis of</em> Falklands/Malvinas War Coverage in U.S. and Latin American Newspapers</em> Carolina Acosta-Alzuru and Elizabeth P. Lester Roushanzamir

Part III: National Perspectives</b>

Hegemonic Frames and International News Reporting: A Comparative Study of the New York Times Coverage of the 1996 Indian and Israeli Elections</em> Ritu K. Jayakar and Krishna P. Jayakar

Medusa's Gaze: North American Press Coverage of the Peruvian Hostage Crisis</em> Gina Bailey

In The Shadows of the Kremlin: Africa's Media Image from Communism to Post-Communism</em> Charles Quist-Adade

Covering the South Caucasus and Bosnian Conflicts: Or How the Jihad Model Appears and Disappears</em> Karim H. Karim

Constructing International Spectacle on Television: CCTV News and China's Window on the World, 1992-1996</em> Tsan-Kuo Chang and Yanru Chen

Looking East, Heading West: Images of Former Friends and Foes in the Bulgarian Communist/Socialist Party</em> Press, 1990</em> Anelia K. Dimitrova

New Mirror in a New South Africa? International News Flow and News Selection at the Afrikaans Daily, Beeld</em> Arnold S. de Beer

South Africa's Miracle Cure: A Stage-Managed tv Spectacular?</em> P. Eric Louw and Naren Chitty

Part IV: Transnational Perspectives</b>

Constructing the Global, Constructing the Local: News Agencies Re-Present the World</em> Oliver Boyd-Barrett

Development News Versus Globalized Infotainment</em> Daya Kishan Thussu

Flows of News from the Middle Kingdom: An Analysis of International News Releases from Xinhua</em> Charles W. Elliott

International Agencies and Global Issues: The Decline of the Cold War News Frame</em> C. Anthony Giffard

Appendix

Discussion Questions




Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Foreign news.
Communication, International.
Journalism -- Political aspects.