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This book reveals how language is manipulated in the news that focused on the Syrian Crisis between 2015 and 2016. It shows to the readers that what they watch on TV, even if it was by reputed channels, is not always the result of objectivity. It also uncovers how political and military events affect the news presentation. Its aim is to raise the level of the audience's awareness regarding what they watch, and lead them to know that there are always cornerstones on which the news is formed. Unfortunately, these cornerstones are not always impartiality and objectivity!…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book reveals how language is manipulated in the news that focused on the Syrian Crisis between 2015 and 2016. It shows to the readers that what they watch on TV, even if it was by reputed channels, is not always the result of objectivity. It also uncovers how political and military events affect the news presentation. Its aim is to raise the level of the audience's awareness regarding what they watch, and lead them to know that there are always cornerstones on which the news is formed. Unfortunately, these cornerstones are not always impartiality and objectivity!
Autorenporträt
Omar A. W. Atatfa is an Assistant Lecturer at Wassit University. He Holds a Bachelor degree in English Language and Literature from Wassit University as well as an M.A. degree in English Language and Linguistics from the University of Babylon. A graduate of an exchange program at Colorado State University, and a member of Iraqi Translators Assoc.