framing, Islam, journalism, Bahrain
Samuel Huntington’s clash of civilizations paradigm was established after the Cold War to explain an emerging new world order and was utilized in the cultural framing hypothesis’ explanation of U.S. news coverage of conflicts. Through content analysis of three major U.S. newspapers’ coverage of the 2011 protests in Bahrain, this study uses the cultural framing hypothesis to determine if a clash of civilizations shaped news stories. The results largely support the hypothesis and Huntington’s paradigm.
Middle East Media Educator
Bowe, Brian J. and Hoewe, Jennifer, "Clash of Coverage: Cultural Framing in U.S. Newspaper Reporting on the 2011 Protests in Bahrain" (2011). Journalism. 5.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Culture conflict--Press coverage--Bahrain; Protest movements--Press coverage--Bahrain; Journalistic ethics; Journalism--Political aspects; Frames (Sociology)
Subjects - Names (LCNAF)
Huntington, Samuel P. The clash of civilization and the remaking of world order