All of this exacerbates their vilification and further magnifies and jeopardizes not only their religious identity but their personal and social identity.
Diversity in MediaReligionStereotyping Media coverage of Islam-related issues has changed dramatically since the beginning of the new millennium, both in quantity and quality. The events of September 11,thrust Islam into the global media forefront: This increase in Islamophobia was in turn reflected in the way media outlets addressed and stereotyped Muslim populations.
While some deliberately framed Islamic coverage positively in an attempt to counter Islamophobia, many of the portrayals of Muslims contributed to the formation of harmful Islamic media stereotypes . The most prevalent Islamic stereotype is the radical Muslim insurgent, bent on waging jihad, or holy war, against the West.
Jarrah, the only Muslim central character on the show, used to work for the Iraqi Republican Guard and is frequently shown using torture to extract information from prisoners.
Care is taken to show that Jarrah is now a member of an anti-terrorism squad and is thus not a terrorist himselfbut his actions are repeatedly portrayed as inherently violent.
For example, Jarrah uses torture to extract information from his fellow castaways during times of social conflict. After 18 men were arrested in connection with alleged terrorist activities, media reports were uniform in portraying the same themes: Another Islamic media stereotype involves portrayals of Muslim women.
Western Muslim women are often presented either as passive victims of male power imposed upon them, or as strong feminists who oppose this power by fighting it from a disadvantaged position. Media sometimes criticizes Islam for marginalizing women and for providing a disproportionate amount of power to men .
In truth, while some Muslim women choose to observe traditional patriarchal hierarchies, many others selectively apply these teachings and live completely independently. Balanced representations of Islam do exist. Finally, since media representation of Islam has changed drastically within the past decade, it is necessary to see how these representations have shaped public opinion of Islam.
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The Guide to Global Muslim Culture. Religious education, conflict and diversity:Media coverage of Islam-related issues has changed dramatically since the beginning of the new millennium, both in quantity and quality.
The events of September 11, , thrust Islam into the global media forefront: not only did coverage of Islam drastically increase, particularly in news and entertainment media, but the way in which Islam was framed by the media changed as well. Islamic Depictions of Mohammed in Full Medieval Muslim artists often created paintings and illuminated manuscripts depicting Mohammed in full.
Several examples are presented here. Muslims residing in Australia the question, and indeed the possibility of their acceptance into Australian society, is profoundly connected to how the media portrays their place in Australia.” (Islamic Women’s Welfare Council of Victoria, , p.
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