The Visual Politics of Wars
This collection, part of a series entitled Visual Politics of War, presents some of the key approaches to war reporting and suggests trajectories for further critical research into media visualisation of conﬂict. Ever since the Vietnam War, media globalisation has made conflict a part of everyone’s life in the modern world. This is where war reporters play the crucial role of mediators, to bring us stories covering the various dimensions of war from some of the most vulnerable places on Earth. This volume will explore the visual culture of conflict, specifically the war on terror that is grounded in the conceptual claim that images are central to contemporary geopolitics.
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Ibrahim Saleh, PhD, is Associate Professor at Nile University, Egypt. He is a Fulbright scholar, a senior media expert on the Middle East and North Africa, and an indexed scholar in the Media Sustainability Index. He is the Chair of the Journalism Research and Education section at the International Association of Media and Communication Research. He has published four books, including Unveiling the Truth about Middle Eastern Media. Privatization in Egypt: Hope or Dope?
Professor Dr Thomas Knieper is Chair of the Computer-mediated Communication Department at the University of Passau, Germany. He has previously been Full Professor of Mass Communication and Media Studies at Braunschweig University of Technology, Germany. His main research areas are computer-mediated communication, visual communication, political communication, empirical social research, and journalism. Professor Knieper is a member of the Human Science Centre at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany, and is on the editorial boards of two journals, Visual Communication Quarterly and International Journal of Communication and Health.
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