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Herbert Matis
relation n.s. 2 Jewish Images in the Media

RELATION n.s. vol. 2

ISSN: 1025-2339 ISSN Online: 1025-2339
ISBN-13: 978-3-7001-3878-5 ISBN-13 Online: 978-3-7001-3982-9
Subject Area: Sociology and Economics
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Herbert Matis
Titelei page 1
doi: 10.1553/relation2s1

Herbert Matis
Contents page 5
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Herbert Matis
Introduction page 7
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Herbert Matis
Part I: (Re)Producing Images and Stereotypes page 13
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Julia Bernstein - Nelly Elias
Wandering Jews, Wandering Stereotypes: Media Representation of the Russian-speaking Jews in the FSU, Israel and German page 15
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Philip Webb
Antisemitic Roots of Homelessness: Myth, Exile, and Radicals in American Homelessness page 39
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Michaela Haibl
Sichtbarkeit und Wirkung: "Jüdische" Visiotype in humoristischen Zeitschriften des späten 19. Jahrhunderts [Visibility and Effect: "Jewish" Visual Stereotypes in Satirical Magazines of the Late 19th Century] page 61
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Hatice Bayraktar
Stereotypes of Jews in Turkish Caricatures, 1933-1945 page 85
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Brigitte Sion
"Dear Editor, Once again, Jews are only about money...": Anti-Semitic Letters to the Editors in the Swiss Media and the Crisis over Holocaust-Era Dormant Accounts (1995-2002) page 105
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Mark Eisenegger - Linards Udris
Jewish and Muslim Actors in the Media: Presentation of a Method for Capturing Typifications of Inclusion and Exclusion page 121
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Christian Kolmer - Roland Schatz
The Portrayal of the War in the Middle East: Media Analysis of News Coverage by ARD and ZDF page 139
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Herbert Matis
Part II: Dealing with Stereotypes and Antisemitism page 151
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Kerstin von der Krone
Die Berichterstattung zur Damaskus-Affäre in der deutsch-jüdischen Presse [The Damascus Affair within the German-Jewish Press] page 153
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Ruth E. Iskin
Relational Media Images: Jewish Responses to the Jewish Banker Stereotype in 1890s Paris and 1955 Israel page 177
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Stephanie Seul
"Any reference to Jews on the wireless might prove a double-edged weapon": Jewish Images in the British Propaganda Campaign towards the German Public, 1938-1939 page 203
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Carsten Hennig
Reconstructing the Collective Memory: Visual History and Representations of the Holocaust in Selected Works of Steven Spielberg page 233
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Hanno Loewy
The Survivor as Villain: X-men, Comic Culture and Auschwitz Fantasies page 247
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Elisabeth Kuebler
European Efforts to Combat Antisemitism and the Role of the Media page 269
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Herbert Matis
Abstracts page 287
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Herbert Matis
Contributors page 295
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