تغطية الإسلام

  • Title: تغطية الإسلام
  • Author: Edward W. Said محمد عناني
  • ISBN: 9776174000
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Edward Said's writing, even if it's about a certain historical event written in a particular historical context (something of which he himself is constantly aware), is timeless in the sense that he understands certain fundamental dynamics of human interaction and nature. These dynamics include the relationship of knowledge to both interpretation and power, as well as the consistent human tendency to objectify that which is different from us, a phenomenon known as "otherness" to people like me, o [...]

    2. امتداداً لكتابه الاستشراق وكتاباته النقديةمستنداً على التغطية الاعلامية في ازمة الرهائن الامريكان في ايران وعلى حال الدول العربيةالنفطيةوكيف تعاملت مثلاً السعودية مع فيلم قصة الاميرةومن خلال اطلاع ادوارد للكتب والصحف والمقالات والتغطية الاعلاميةوربطها بالصورة التي رس [...]

    3. After laying the ideological foundations of Orientalism and exploring its impact on Western policy and thought towards the Muslim peoples, Saïd here analyzes how these factors inform the press and how it transforms and warps reality in reporting. If you wonder why CNN and Fox can continue to use falsehoods and slanderous stereotypes about "arabs" without barely any criticism in the rest of the mainstream media, you will not be disappointed. It is interesting to note that in another recent book [...]

    4. Excellent book that discusses how the media frames the Islamic tradition and creates authoritative voices who represent Islam on the airwaves or in print, but are not necessarily "the" authoritative voices.

    5. فإذا كان تعبير "الإسلام" لا يحمل لنا من الدلالات إلا ما يقل كثيرًا عما ينبغي أن يحمله، وإذا كانت "التغطية" باستخدام هذا التعبير تغطّي، بمعنى تُخفي، أكثر مما تظهر، فأين عسانا، أو بالأحرى كيف نستطيع أن نجد المعلومات التي تَحُضُّ على أحلام جديدة بالقوة أو تُنَمِّي المخاوف وضروب [...]

    6. بعد قراءة كتاب(تغطية الإسلام) لإدوارد سعيد، والذي كان يتحدث عن الغرب وأمريكا خصوصا والعالم الإسلامي وعن إيران خاصة في عهد آية الله الخميني، وذلك بعد أحداث احتجاز الإمريكيين في إيران في السفارة في نهاية السبعينيات الميلادية، كانت يسلط وسائل الإعلام الغربية الضوء على أساس أن [...]

    7. هذا كان اول تعرف لي على ادوارد سعيد وكان ذلك حين صدور هذا الكتاب في ترجمته العربية. يناقش الكتاب كيف تتم تغطية الاسلام اعلامياً في الغرب. وقد كانت المناسبة هي احداث احتلال السفارة الامريكية في ايران . وناقش الفرق بين الباحثين والدارسين والمعلقين على الاحداث الامريكان والبري [...]

    8. First published in 1981 and updated in 1997, Said's critique of the media's coverage of Islam, particularly in the Middle East, is a thought-provoking challenge to any reader's perceptions of what is reported as news from that war-torn part of the world. Written before 9/11, subsequent military intervention in Afghanistan, and the current conflict in Iraq, the book's interpretation of events unfolding there (the aftermath of the Islamic revolution in Iran) are often prophetic. An understanding o [...]

    9. Though overly polemical at points, this is still an informative book that takes much of Said's key ideas from Orientalism and applies them to media coverage of the Middle East and Islam, helping to problematize the oversimplified portrayals of both. Many of his main arguments are pretty obvious to us now (news stories often villainize Muslims) but give a much-needed historical backing to coverage of Islam before 9/11. I think that others I know my age tend to assume that many of our problems in [...]

    10. بالرغم من أن الكتاب ألف في الثمانينات، إلا أن كل ما فيه من حقائق لازالت سارية المفعول في عصرنا الحالي.كتاب نقدي بامتياز يحلل مشكل العلاقة المضطربة بين الشرق و الغربما أعجبني في الكتاب هو أنه فتح عيني على معلومات قيمة لم أكن أعرفها من قبل. اختلاف علاقة الشرق مع أوروباعن علاقته [...]

    11. This book completely changed how I look at the headlines and news stories and reveals what a multi-faceted racist conflation the word "ISLAM" is in the mouths of western journalists. Also revealing is how much foreign policy is based on the shitty analysis of mis informed journalists.

    12. ربما لم أتحمس للكتاب ،لأن أغلب ما يقوله ،أتبناه مسبقا ،فاصبح إحساسي وكأني أقرأ فقط لكي أكون قارئا ،فكرة الكتاب الأساسية ،أن الرؤى الغربية التي تدعي أنها تحيط علما ب"الإسلام " ،هي رؤى ديماجوجية ،لأن مصطلح الإسلام نفسه ،لا يعني أي شئ في النهاية ،هناك تنوعات سياسية وجغرافية واق [...]

    13. Much like in Noam Chomsky's Manufacturing Consent, the conclusions that Edward Said draws in Covering Islam should be no big shocker to anyone who thinks critically about how American media operate. Simply put, racism and Islamophobia play a role in most media portrayals of the Islamic world, although not nearly as great a role as ignorance, laziness, arrogance, and the grand jump to conclusions. Really, Said is doing the lord's work-- pointing out just how naked certain emperors really are.

    14. سأحاول أن أكتب عن الكتاب أكثر من انطباع لما يفتح الله طبعا :)

    15. Sometimes a book points us inward, toward looking at how we think. This is such a book.Many Muslim insurgents - particularly the Taliban - armed, trained, and bankrolled by the USA have now overrun the country. Some of those earlier American-trained guerrillas have turned up elsewhere.Islam's viciousness, its resolute war against modernity and liberal values, reaches across the oceans into the heart of the West in order to challenge, provoke and threatenThe entire factitious (artificially create [...]

    16. This book did not really teach me anything new. It was all about western conspiracy stories, i would not presume that it's not happening, the thing is i've heard them so many times already. There are many explanations for what's going on in the world and i need to hear something more elaborate than just diabolizing a side or another. As much as i'm concerned, it was an okey read that illustrates some classic arab conclusions

    17. الكثير من الصحف والمقالات والأخبار والمقابلات عرضها إدوارد سعيد لتوضيح دور الإعلام الغربي في التحكم بالوعي العام اتجاه قضية ما أو حدث راهن، والإسلام كان قضية هذا الكتاب. فهمه يحتاج إلى توسع أكثر في فكر إدوارد وربما قراءة الاستشراق يكون مساعدا لذلك.

    18. A book originally written in 1980 as a criticism of mass media and the academic "experts" on their covering of "Islam". Edward Said might as well have written this book today. That is how good the book is, how accurate his analysis was, and how relevant his criticisms remain to this day.The relevance of all this to the present-day politics, specifically in relations to mass media's portrayal of "Islam" and its subjects, being not only pre-911 but also from the early 1980s, was rather shocking. A [...]

    19. تغطية الاسلام أحد كتب إدوارد سعيد الثلاثة الرئيسية التي غطى من خلالها مفهوم الاستشراق ودلالاته غير أنه في هذا الكتاب ركز تحديدا على تغطية ما أسماه بالغرب (وبالأخص أميركا) بآلته الإعلامية للمجتمعات الشرقية المسلمة باختزالها بالإسلام الذي أتى به كفكرة سطحية مقولبة جاهز للاس [...]

    20. في تكملة لقراءة إدوارد سعيد في الاستشراق يحاول أن يقدم بعداً جديداً في العلاقة بين الشرق والغرب ولكن بجانب أكبر وأعمق في النظرية الغربية للإسلام والعرب. تبدو الدراسة متأثرة تماماً في الأحداث الجارية وقت تقديم الكتابة وهي احتجاز موظفي السفارة الأمريكية في إيران من قبل طلاب [...]

    21. the title says it all - but now another book is required to continue where the late Mr Said left off - "how readers/viewers' worldview built by these reportings color the rest of the coverage about the islamic world" and another one "how these reportings create self-image of the muslim world - some of which communities grow up with those news reports."

    22. This is an important book. Actually, more important today then when it was first published in 1981. My copy is the updated '97 edition, however. It's more important today because it directly addresses our current voguish blather(thanks for the borrow, Arthur jr) concerning the predominance of fake news in a forthright fashion well before the existence of Breitbart, HuffPo, or even the Internet. The focus of media fraud in this book is not on the presidential election, or even American politics, [...]

    23. Said's book is a must read for the present moment. Building off of his earlier works like *Orientalism* this book directly addresses the 1970s-1990s and the inheritances of Islamophobia that Said tracks back centuries before. His basic argument that the concept of "Islam" is not a useful one to conceptualize the historical, social, economic, and political trajectories of the diverse factions of the Middle East still remains relevant; the concept hollows out history, over-generalizes, and project [...]

    24. Edward Said has become one of my favorite non-fiction authors. He has style and he has important things to say. This book should be dated, technically – it was written/published in 1981 and republished in 1997 with slight updates – but it doesn’t feel dated at all. Said predicted the direction, or rather, he knew the direction in which the accumulated distrust and ignorance would push the world. He showed that most of American (and many of European) scholars are simply incompetent to “co [...]

    25. Highly recommend! Said produces a brilliant, multi-layered set of arguments about how corporate mass media, the university system, and their tight links to the US state help to disparage, other-ize, and misrepresent Islam, Arabs, and Middle East residents to western observers. These depictions, and the processes that create them, generate support for US imperialism and its ongoing wars of occupation in the Middle East.

    26. Well-researched and balanced, feels relevant even after two decades. Very easy to read, completed in one sitting.

    27. الكتاب منصف، دقيق وموضوعي إلى حد كبير. إدوارد يبهرنا دائماً بلغته الذكية وتحليله المدهش للأمور.سأكتب مراجعة مفصلة عنه قريباً.

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