Empirical test on people's perception of radio messages on anti violence and terrorism

Van Sami 15 PAGES (3235 WORDS) Paper
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ABSTRACT
Reporting on terrorism presents a number of dilemmas and paradoxes to journalists, whose responsibility is to inform the public objectively, fairly and accurately. Thus, there are many unsettling questions on the ways the radio report terrorism, for which scholars of mass communication have not found absolute and definite answers. Such questions include whether or not the radio are accomplices to the aims of the terrorists, who crave cheap publicity; whether the media are not actually magnifying the threat and fear in people in the way they report terrorism instead of allaying their fear; and whether or not the media are really objective and accurate in the way they report terrorism and in their narrative and framing of terrorists.

These are the complex questions that this PAPER attempts to put into perspective with the aim of providing a personal viewpoint on how the media has been reporting terrorism. The aim of this PAPER is not to provide absolute answers to the questions because there can never be consensus on the complex issue of how the media report should report on terrorism. Rather, the PAPER sees that the theatrical and dramatic ways the media report terrorist acts encourage further violence.


Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION------------------------1
WHAT IS ANTI-TERORRISM MESSAGES-------------------------------------2
A REVIEW ON TERRORISM AND THE RADIO (MEDIA) ------------------2
PEOPLE’S PERCEPTION ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TERRORISM AND THE MEDIA----------------5
RADIO CONVENTIONS AND NARATIVE IN REPORTING TERRORISM6
PEOPLE’S PERCEPTION ON WHAT THE TERRORISTS WANT FROM THE MEDIA-----------------------------6
WHAT PEOPLE AND THE GOVERNMENT WANT FROM THE MEDIA-9
SUMMARY-----------------------------12
CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION----------------------------------13
REFERENCES---------------------------15
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APA

Van, S (2018). Empirical test on people's perception of radio messages on anti violence and terrorism. Afribary.com: Retrieved May 06, 2021, from https://afribary.com/works/empirical-test-on-people-s-perception-of-radio-messages-on-anti-violence-and-terrorism-1704

MLA 8th

Sami, Van. "Empirical test on people's perception of radio messages on anti violence and terrorism" Afribary.com. Afribary.com, 29 Jan. 2018, https://afribary.com/works/empirical-test-on-people-s-perception-of-radio-messages-on-anti-violence-and-terrorism-1704 . Accessed 06 May. 2021.

MLA7

Sami, Van. "Empirical test on people&#039;s perception of radio messages on anti violence and terrorism". Afribary.com, Afribary.com, 29 Jan. 2018. Web. 06 May. 2021. < https://afribary.com/works/empirical-test-on-people-s-perception-of-radio-messages-on-anti-violence-and-terrorism-1704 >.

Chicago

Sami, Van. "Empirical test on people&#039;s perception of radio messages on anti violence and terrorism" Afribary.com (2018). Accessed May 06, 2021. https://afribary.com/works/empirical-test-on-people-s-perception-of-radio-messages-on-anti-violence-and-terrorism-1704