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Portrayal of the Iraqi Kurdistan Region in U.S. Newspapers
Unformatted Document Text:  Gerbner, G., & Marvanyi, G. (1977). The many worlds of the world's press. Journal of communication, 27(1), 52-66. Gill, D. (1987). Realwomen in the press: An ideological alliance of convenience. Canadian Journal of Communication 14 (3), 1-16. Gitlin, T. (1980). The whole world is watching: Mass media in the making & unmaking of the new left. Berkely, Los Angeles and London: University of California Press. Gamson, W. A., Croteau, D. et al. (1992). Media Images and the Social Construction of Reality. Annual Review of Sociology 18(1), 373-393. Golan, G. (2008). Where in the World Is Africa?: Predicting Coverage of Africa by US Television Networks. International Communication Gazette, 70(1), 41. Hardi, C. (2010, January 31). Breaking the circle of silence about Anfal women. Retrieved October 10, 2010, from Herman, E. S. & Noam, C. (1988). Manufacturing consent: The political economy of mass media. New York: Pantheon Books. Hoshang, Z. (2007). Relations between American and Kurdistan. Hawler newspaper homepage. Retrieved October 21, 2010, from Jakubowicz, A., Goodall, H., Marin, J., Mitchell, T., Randall, L., & Seneviratne, K., (1994). Racism, ethnicity and the media. St. Leonards, Australia: Allen & Unwin. Katzman, K. & Prados A.B. (2005). The Kurds in post-Saddam Iraq. Congressional Research Service. Retrieved January 29, 2011 from Khalat, K. (2010, October 30). Iraqi minorities tend to form a bloc. Retrieved January 25, 2011, from Karzan, O. (2007, February 13). Kurdistan and democracy. Media, 15,18.

Authors: Ghafour, Goran.
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Gerbner, G., & Marvanyi, G. (1977). The many worlds of the world's press. Journal of 
communication, 27(1), 52-66. 
Gill, D. (1987). Realwomen in the press: An ideological alliance of convenience. Canadian 
Journal of Communication 14 (3), 1-16.
Gitlin, T. (1980). The whole world is watching: Mass media in the making & unmaking of the  
new left. Berkely, Los Angeles and London: University of California Press.
Gamson, W. A., Croteau, D. et al. (1992). Media Images and the Social Construction of
Reality. Annual Review of Sociology 18(1), 373-393.
Golan, G. (2008). Where in the World Is Africa?: Predicting Coverage of Africa by US 
Television Networks. International Communication Gazette, 70(1), 41. 
Hardi, C. (2010, January 31). Breaking the circle of silence about Anfal women. Retrieved 
October 10, 2010, from 
Herman, E. S. & Noam, C. (1988). Manufacturing consent: The political economy of mass 
media. New York: Pantheon Books. 
Hoshang, Z. (2007). Relations between American and Kurdistan. Hawler newspaper homepage. 
Retrieved October 21, 2010, from 
Jakubowicz, A., Goodall, H., Marin, J., Mitchell, T., Randall, L., & Seneviratne, K., (1994).
Racism, ethnicity and the media. St. Leonards, Australia: Allen & Unwin.
Katzman, K. & Prados A.B. (2005). The Kurds in post-Saddam Iraq. Congressional Research 
Service. Retrieved January 29, 2011 
Khalat, K. (2010, October 30). Iraqi minorities tend to form a bloc. Retrieved January 25, 2011, 
Karzan, O. (2007, February 13). Kurdistan and democracy. Media, 15,18. 

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