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JCR. 2020; 7(19): 4835-4840


US PRINT MEDIA ON ROHINGYA CRISESG A STUDY OF NEW YORK TIMES AND WASHINGTON POST

Dr. Muhammad Riaz Raza, Usman Saeed, Mr. Zafar Ali, Dr. Syed Abdul Siraj.

Abstract
The study was conducted to reveal how New York Times and Washington Post of the United States covered and frame human crises of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. The frames used in the news concerning human rights abuses by the Myanmar army and other law imposing agencies against Muslims have been recorded. The period of one year from 1st October 2016 to 30th September 2017 has been selected. To deal with the media portrayal three categories of frames: Human rights violations, UN as conflict resolution agent and army crackdown of the coverage have been designed in terms of positive, negative, and neutral. The results indicate all the three hypotheses proved null posed in the study. Both the newspapers portrayed the army crackdown critically. The UN position became additionally measured to pressure the government of Myanmar and it became determined that each of the newspapers portrayed the UN position in excessive lighting and resolving this hassle at global forum positively. The analysis suggests that a total number of stories published on the topic turned into 281 for the duration in that 105 stories have been Posted in “Washington Post” while 176 stories were published in “New York Times” protecting different aspects of conflict within the positive and peace frame.

Key words: Framing, Peace journalism, Rohingya crises, UN role, US elite media,



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