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The Al Jazeera Effect: How the New Global Media Are Reshaping World Politics (Anglais) Relié – 27 octobre 2008

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The battle for hearts and minds in the Middle East is being fought not on the streets of Baghdad, but on the newscasts and talk shows of Al Jazeera. The future of China is being shaped not by Communist Party bureaucrats, but by bloggers working quietly in cyber cafes. The next attacks by al Qaeda will emerge not from Osama bin Ladens cave, but from cells around the world connected by the Internet. In these and many other instances, traditional ways of reshaping global politics have been superseded by the influence of new mediasatellite television, the Internet, and other high-tech tools. What is involved is more than a refinement of established practices. We are seeing a comprehensive reconnecting of the global village and a reshaping of how the world works. Al Jazeera is a paradigm of new medias influence. Ten years ago, there was much talk about the CNN effect, the theory that news coverageespecially gripping visual storytellingwas influencing foreign policy throughout the world. Today, the Al Jazeera effect takes that a significant step further. The concept encompasses the use of new media as tools in every aspect of global affairs, ranging from democratization to terrorism, and including the concept of virtual states. The media are no longer just the media. They have a larger popular base than ever before and, as a result, have unprecedented impact on international politics. The media can be tools of conflict and instruments of peace; they can make traditional borders irrelevant and unify peoples scattered across the globe. This phenomenon, the Al Jazeera effect, is reshaping the world.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The Media it is a-changing 21 février 2013
Par Alice F - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book may be a little out of date as it was published in 2008. However it gives a good insight into how this media giant of the mideast mananges to provide good coverage of events over the world and how the post 1991 world of reporting has changed. There are now thousands of citizen journalists using social media, cell phones and blogs to provide information the mainstream media doesn't bother with. Our electronic connections now drive public opinion in new ways. It has led to de-territorialization of the planet. There are now virtual states with out boundaries and worldwide virtual communities (eg muslims).
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Another must read for Americans 23 décembre 2012
Par G. Budrikis - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If Americans want to understand the world today, this book is a good place to start. It is quite "busy", ie it jumps from topic to topic and I sometimes lost the thread. The basic idea seems to be that when Al Jazeera started broadcasting, this was a revolutionary change on the top of the scale, comparable to Russia deposing the Czars (and a lot less bloody).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Read 24 février 2010
Par Eric Fitzgerald - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm a political science major, and had to right a book review for a class I was taking, the book doesn't read like a text book and is still very informative and education it keeps the reader intriuged the whole way. Very good.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great insights on how new(ish) media are transforming the Islamic world 14 novembre 2009
Par S. J. Snyder - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Seib, an insightful political scientist and journalism analyst both, brings both barrels to play in looking at how first, satellite TV, and now, blogs, Twitter, etc., are changing news coverage within the Muslim world, especially, but not only, in the Arab heartland.

That includes their impact not just on traditional nation-states, but stateless actors like al Qaeda, and in-between players, quasi-states without borders like Kurdistan.

That said, Seib is a realist. He notes that, while media in Lebanon pinned back Syria's ears as part of the Cedar Revolution, it has had little power to change political structures in places like the Gulf kingdoms, Iran or Egypt.

In any case, without being explicitly predictive, Seib has good insights for future developments.

As part of that, while looking primarily at news coverage issues, he also looks at the financial side, no small matter with the financial backing al-Jazeera, especially, gets. He offers no predictions as to when it will be able to stand on its own two feet, but notes that this too is an issue needing further attention.
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