Political Cartoons and the Struggle against Censorship Cherian George, Sonny Liew ... ROB ROGERS OF THE PITTSBURGH POST - GAZETTE , THOUGH , HAD A STREAK OF KILLED CARTOONS , PORTENDING HIS UNCEREMONIOUS SACKING ( SEE HIS STORY IN THE ...
Author: Cherian George
Publisher: MIT Press
Category: Political Science
A lively graphic narrative reports on censorship of political cartoons around the world, featuring interviews with censored cartoonists from Pittsburgh to Beijing. Why do the powerful feel so threatened by political cartoons? Cartoons don't tell secrets or move markets. Yet, as Cherian George and Sonny Liew show us in Red Lines, cartoonists have been harassed, trolled, sued, fired, jailed, attacked, and assassinated for their insolence. The robustness of political cartooning--one of the most elemental forms of political speech--says something about the health of democracy. In a lively graphic narrative--illustrated by Liew, himself a prize-winning cartoonist--Red Lines crisscrosses the globe to feel the pulse of a vocation under attack. A Syrian cartoonist insults the president and has his hands broken by goons. An Indian cartoonist stands up to misogyny and receives rape threats. An Israeli artist finds his antiracist works censored by social media algorithms. And the New York Times, caught in the crossfire of the culture wars, decides to stop publishing editorial cartoons completely. Red Lines studies thin-skinned tyrants, the invisible hand of market censorship, and demands in the name of social justice to rein in the right to offend. It includes interviews with more than sixty cartoonists and insights from art historians, legal scholars, and political scientists--all presented in graphic form. This engaging account makes it clear that cartoon censorship doesn't just matter to cartoonists and their fans. When the red lines are misapplied, all citizens are potential victims.
Author: Christopher H. SterlingPublish On: 2009-09-25
F-1: Editorial Cartoons For their history, see Section 2-F. There are many published collections of the work of individual cartoonists, and some of cartoons from specific ... Killed Cartoons: Casualties from the War on Free Expression.
Author: Christopher H. Sterling
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
"Written in a clear and accessible style that would suit the needs of journalists and scholars alike, this encyclopedia is highly recommended for large news organizations and all schools of journalism." —Starred Review, Library Journal Journalism permeates our lives and shapes our thoughts in ways we've long taken for granted. Whether we listen to National Public Radio in the morning, view the lead story on the Today show, read the morning newspaper headlines, stay up-to-the-minute with Internet news, browse grocery store tabloids, receive Time magazine in our mailbox, or watch the nightly news on television, journalism pervades our daily activities. The six-volume Encyclopedia of Journalism covers all significant dimensions of journalism, including print, broadcast, and Internet journalism; U.S. and international perspectives; history; technology; legal issues and court cases; ownership; and economics. The set contains more than 350 signed entries under the direction of leading journalism scholar Christopher H. Sterling of The George Washington University. In the A-to-Z volumes 1 through 4, both scholars and journalists contribute articles that span the field's wide spectrum of topics, from design, editing, advertising, and marketing to libel, censorship, First Amendment rights, and bias to digital manipulation, media hoaxes, political cartoonists, and secrecy and leaks. Also covered are recently emerging media such as podcasting, blogs, and chat rooms. The last two volumes contain a thorough listing of journalism awards and prizes, a lengthy section on journalism freedom around the world, an annotated bibliography, and key documents. The latter, edited by Glenn Lewis of CUNY Graduate School of Journalism and York College/CUNY, comprises dozens of primary documents involving codes of ethics, media and the law, and future changes in store for journalism education. Key Themes Consumers and Audiences Criticism and Education Economics Ethnic and Minority Journalism Issues and Controversies Journalist Organizations Journalists Law and Policy Magazine Types Motion Pictures Networks News Agencies and Services News Categories News Media: U.S. News Media: World Newspaper Types News Program Types Online Journalism Political Communications Processes and Routines of Journalism Radio and Television Technology
Would the number of independent - minded editorial cartoonists be dwindling ? " ( 185 ) . Wallis's inclusion of a number of cartoons that were killed because of editors ' fears of offending the Bush administration shows how political ...
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Author: Blake Atwood
Publisher: MIT Press
How Iranians forged a vibrant, informal video distribution infrastructure when their government banned all home video technology in 1983. In 1983, the Iranian government banned the personal use of home video technology. In Underground, Blake Atwood recounts how in response to the ban, technology enthusiasts, cinephiles, entrepreneurs, and everyday citizens forged an illegal but complex underground system for video distribution. Atwood draws on archival sources including trade publications, newspapers, memoirs, films, and laws, but at the heart of the book lies a corpus of oral history interviews conducted with participants in the underground. He argues that videocassettes helped to institutionalize the broader underground within the Islamic Republic. As Atwood shows, the videocassette underground reveals a great deal about how people construct vibrant cultures beneath repressive institutions. It was not just that Iranians gained access to banned movies, but rather that they established routes, acquired technical knowledge, broke the law, and created rituals by passing and trading plastic videocassettes. As material objects, the videocassettes were a means of negotiating the power of the state and the agency of its citizens. By the time the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance lifted the ban in 1994, millions of videocassettes were circulating efficiently and widely throughout the country. The very presence of a video underground signaled the failure of state policy to regulate media. Embedded in the informal infrastructure--even in the videocassettes themselves--was the triumph of everyday people over the state.
Cartoons. Video games have pretty much killed cartoons. Saturdays have long been a cartoon day. As a child I looked forward to Saturdays and cartoons. Mighty Mouse was my favorite, now it has been replaced with Sponge Bob and Dora The ...
Author: Joy Olree
Publisher: Abbott Press
In Midnight Confessions, poet Joy Olree, a self-described autistic poet with MS, presents a collection of user-friendly verse reflecting on her experiences with the world and her readings and studies of the Bible. She offers her opinions on a wide range of topics and invites disagreement and discussion. Midnight Confessions In the twinkling of an eye they came, the memory snatchers. First it was the short-term memories, then the medium ones. As time went by, more memories seem to leave, but she never forgot her God and she never did not pray. I put my hand on her bed as she breathed her last breath. I prayed, Thank you, Lord, for making it possible for me to be there. As I sit here in the lighted room, the dark outside, I miss my stepmom. Tomorrow is Christmas, a time of celebration, and I think to myself, Do I have anything to celebrate? Most of my family has died. I still have the children and the grandchildren. I guess I am blessed, and is that not the way of life? Us older folks die, and the young take our place, unless there is some unforeseen unexpected tragedy. But I have much to be thankful for this Christmas. See, because of my decision to take care of my stepmom at the nursing home, I now have a new set of friends. A nursing home full of friends. Thank you, stepmom and God, for making this possible. Merry Christmas and a happy New Year, humanity.
In this book, you'll find dictators and wielders of power transformed into midgets, hotel porters, moustachioed horses, even a humble pear.
Author: Tony Husband
Publisher: Arcturus Publishing
What is it that makes dictators fear cartoonists? The answer is that they can't stand to be ridiculed. And they don't help their cause much by so obviously enjoying the trappings of power, appearing in public with a retinue of bodyguards, a fleet of limousines and rows of medals across their chests topped off with over-sized sunglasses. Cartoonists may not be able to topple tyrants or change the course of history, but they can lessen the climate of fear and bring courage to the victims of state bullying with their subversive drawings. Laughter is the last thing dictators want to hear, especially when they are the subject of it.
Mark Memmott, “Why You're Not Seeing Those 'Charlie Hebdo' Cartoons,” NPR, January 10, 2015, http://www.npr.org/ ... “1305 Journalists Killed Between 1992 and 2018,” Committee to Protect Journalists, https://cpj.org/data/killed/?status= ...
Author: Ralph E. Hanson
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Transform your students into smart, savvy media consumers. A book that students find fun to read and instructors consider educationally valuable, Mass Communication: Living in a Media World provides the media literacy principles and critical thinking skills that students need to become self-aware media consumers. Known for his storytelling approach, bestselling author Ralph E. Hanson uses examples drawn from everyday life to explain the many dimensions of mass media that operate in our society. This newly revised Seventh Edition is packed with contemporary examples and compelling stories that illustrate the latest developments and recent events that are changing the face of media today.
The cartoons themselves, depicting Muhammad, caused little comment in Denmark or anywhere else when they were ... and far more offensive cartoons of their own devising), an international furor erupted, with dozens of people killed by ...
Author: Raphael Israeli
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
Political leaders of the 1930s may be accused of blindness to danger in their failed attempts to appease totalitarian aggression, but no one doubts they believed they were doing so to preserve their way of life. In contrast, Raphael Israeli suggests that twenty-first century appeasement of Islamists, wherever it occurs, is different. Appeasement in the advanced modern states of this century--in Europe, Australia, Canada, and even in parts of Asia--is characterized by what amounts to a self-inflicted humiliation, in misguided efforts to slow the advance of a rising Islamist tide. Such appeasement surrenders core aspects of sovereignty, turning non-Muslim populations into second- and third-class citizens in their own countries. Disturbing warning signs first emerged in Europe, but were either not noticed or denied. They extended to the periphery of the Muslim world, but their development in Western countries were unnoticed or denied, until they hit also the peripheral areas of the Muslim world. Canada and Australia, and to some extent the countries of Asia, fell into a syndrome of denial, which persisted until they were forced to listen, often at a price in human lives and carnage. In Europe, the core of the Muslim presence developed in countries like Britain, France and Germany, which lacked law-enforcement against terrorists because the executive and judiciary emphasized human rights and apparent safety over defensive measures to protect their citizens and way of life. Both the United States and Great Britain needed a traumatic jolt before they moved to act. In the United States, it would be the watershed event of September 11, 2001; in London, the July 7, 2005 bombings. And there were events in other countries: in Spain, the March 2004 Madrid train bombings; in France, the violent riots of 2005; in Amsterdam, the van Gogh murder; in Asia, the Bali horror; and finally in Scandinavia, the Cartoon Affair. These jolts shattered the tranquility of populations who had believed in peaceful coexistence with Muslim immigrants and in the feasibility of their integration into national societies. This study fills a large void in the examination of the consequences of new migrations of Muslim populations into advanced and modern societies throughout the world.
PAPERS. Around the world, riots over the Danish Muhammad cartoons killed at least 139 people and injured 823, and the cartoonists now live under death threats.29. “These. totally. outrageous. cartoons. against. Islam”.
Author: Robert Spencer
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Political Science
"JUST STAY QUIET AND YOU'LL BE OKAY." That's what Mohamed Atta told the doomed airline passengers on 9/11. And we still hear the exact same message today from the powerful but shadowy lobby that is working behind the scenes to gut the First Amendment and prohibit "hate speech"—or any criticism—of Islam. As bestselling author Robert Spencer shows in his startling new book, The Complete Infidel's Guide to Free Speech (and Its Enemies), aggressive Muslims and their appeasers have mounted a dangerous and disturbingly successful campaign against our constitutional rights. Spencer reveals: How social media behemoths Facebook and Twitter—not to mention student groups at American college campuses—are doing the bidding of anti-First Amendment Muslim activists Why core Islamic teachings make criticism of Islam punishable by death How American representatives at the United Nations have already agreed to limit freedom of speech How Curt Schilling and other outspoken conservatives have lost their jobs for criticizing Islam Why Twitter and Facebook now regularly censor speech critical of Islam—while allowing death threats against its critics How blasphemy laws in Muslim countries are used as a pretext for arresting, even lynching Christians How European "hate speech" laws are used to prosecute and harass critics of Islam Why appeasement of Islam is endangering our First Amendment freedoms and could lead to your prosecution for "hate speech" If you value your First Amendment rights, you owe it to yourself to read The Complete Infidel's Guide to Free Speech (and Its Enemies). It will give you the information and tools you need to fight back—because Islam and its progressive fellow travelers have only begun their campaign to define what you can read, say, and think.
By the time the cartoons were published, suicide-terrorists with bombs hidden under their clothes had become so common that ... Those who provoked riots in various countries or sought to kill cartoonists or publishers presumably did not ...
Author: Erich Kolig
Category: Social Science
Freedom of speech and expression is considered in the West a high public good and an important social value, underpinned by legislative and ethical norms. Its importance is not shared to the same extent by conservative and devout Muslims, who read Islamic doctrines in ways seemingly incompatible with Western notions of freedom of speech. Since the Salman Rushdie affair in the 1980s there has been growing recognition in the West that its cherished value of free speech and associated freedoms relating to arts, the press and media, literature, academia, critical satire etc. episodically clash with conservative Islamic values that limit this freedom for the sake of holding religious issues sacrosanct. Recent controversies - such as the Danish cartoons, the Charlie Hebdo affair, Quran burnings, and the internet film ’The Innocence of Muslims’ which have stirred violent reactions in the Muslim world - have made the West aware of the fact that Muslims’ religious sensitivities have to be taken into account in exercising traditional Western freedoms of speech. Featuring experts across a spectrum of fields within Islamic studies, Freedom of Speech and Islam considers Islamic concepts of blasphemy, apostasy and heresy and their applicability in the modern world.
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Author: Josh Abbott
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
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In the course of various related confrontations, at least 139 people were killed and, almost three years later, the Danish cartoons controversy continues. In 2008, Danish police arrested three persons on charges of plotting to kill Kurt ...
Author: Stewart M. Hoover
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
The turn of the twenty-first century has seen an ever-increasing profile for religion, contrary to long-standing predictions of its decline. Instead, the West has experienced what some call a 'realignment' of religion where it persists in conjunction with other institutions and structures. Outside the West, religion is an ever more prominent force in social and political movements of both reform and retrenchment. Across these contexts, no issue in religion is of as much concern as fundamentalism - or rather the fundamentalisms within various traditions - which are seen to be fomenting religious, social, ethnic, and political tension and conflict. The contributions to this volume represent the first effort to look at 'fundamentalisms' and 'the media' together and address the resulting relations and interactions from critical perspectives of history, technology, geography, and practice. The result lays important groundwork for scholarship on these new and increasingly important phenomena.
Author: Eliecer Crespo-FernándezPublish On: 2021-04-15
Concerning the international corpus (see Appendix 2), the cartoons were retrieved from different sources and in ... KING KONG BEING KILLED CATALONIA IS A SMALLER WEAPON BEING DEFEATED CATALONIA IS THE VICTIM CATALONIA'S INDEPENDENCE IS ...
Author: Eliecer Crespo-Fernández
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
The collection of articles in Discourse Studies in Public Communication illustrates that public communication is a fascinating, evidence-based storehouse for research in discourse analysis. The contributions to this volume — in the spheres of political rhetoric, gender and sexuality, and corporate and academic communication — provide good evidence of contemporary social structure, social phenomena, and social issues. In this way, following the parameters of different analytical frameworks (critical discourse analysis, cognitive metaphor theory, appraisal theory, multimodality, etc.), the contributors address not only the linguistic aspects of texts but also, and more importantly, the cultural and cognitive dimensions of public communication in a range of real life communicative contexts and kinds of discourse. Although the volume is addressed, first and foremost, to readers with diverse interests in English linguistics, it may also prove valuable to scholars in other non-linguistic research fields like communication studies, social theory, political science, or psychology.
“Mystery Shrouds Ownership of Pistol that Killed Bapu”. Times of India. October 02, 2012. https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Mystery-shrouds- ownershipof-pistol-that-killed-Bapu/articleshow/16633870.cms. The Hindu. “Cartoonists ...
Author: Vinod Balakrishnan
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Picking up the pen is, sometimes, like playing with fire, especially in the business of political cartooning. In a profession of stroke-and-tell, where less is more, the brooding cartoonist turns everyday events into spaces for engagement. They draw the line between concern and apathy to bring issues into public view, invariably, shaking us out of our inattentional blindness. After all, they are a tribe––an endangered one––with the silly belief that the funny bone must be tickled. Cartooning in India––a Raj legacy––has come a long way from its colonial beginnings and Punch-imitations. Since Independence, newspapers have hosted the bold and often audacious irreverence of the likes of Shankar and R. K. Laxman. Their laconic lines gave the “Common Man” the voice of an honest opinion. This volume presents conversations with India’s leading political cartoonists which take us into that recondite art of political commentating.
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Author: United States. Congress
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Killed Cartoons: Casualties from the War on Free Expression. New York: W. W. Norton. Walzer, Michael, 1990. “The Civil Society Argument.” Gunnar Myrdal Lecture, University of Stockholm, pp. 1–11. Watts, Michael. 1994.
Author: Ebenezer Obadare
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
Category: Political Science
An important contribution to the debate on forms of civil society in Africa and elsewhere, and to the global literature on dissent.
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I must reiterate that not all cartoons are drawn in the same way or with a similarly intended framework. however, ... to killed one hundred and left eight hundred injured as millions mobilized worldwide in response to cartoon images of ...
Author: Nancy S. Love
Publisher: SUNY Press
Demonstrates how activists and others use art and popular culture to strive for a more democratic future. Doing Democracy examines the potential of the arts and popular culture to extend and deepen the experience of democracy. Its contributors address the use of photography, cartooning, memorials, monuments, poetry, literature, music, theater, festivals, and parades to open political spaces, awaken critical consciousness, engage marginalized groups in political activism, and create new, more democratic societies. This volume demonstrates how ordinary people use the creative and visionary capacity of the arts and popular culture to shape alternative futures. It is unique in its insistence that democratic theorists and activists should acknowledge and employ affective as well as rational faculties in the ongoing struggle for democracy. “Nancy S. Love and Mark Mattern have collected a first-rate set of studies that illuminate the intersection between art and politics in the contemporary era. The text demonstrates how activist art and cultural politics can promote democratic politics and how democracy is enriched and enlivened by activist art projects. This book should interest everyone concerned with the fate of art and democracy in the contemporary era and how they can help nourish each other.” — Douglas Kellner, author of Media Spectacle and Insurrection, 2011: From the Arab Uprisings to Occupy Everywhere
"I killed your parents," he declared. My heart thumped in my chest. "And I killed Ace," he added. He flashed an eerie smile. I flickered my eyes from his mouth to his scarred eye. "And I've been waiting to kill you," he chuckled out.
Author: Kari Lynn M.
Publisher: Kari Lynn M.
Category: Young Adult Fiction
I used to be a normal girl with a normal life. Well, actually... I can't really remember. Anyway, now I'm being dragged on these crazy secret 'missions' with a guy who has no idea what he's doing but acts like he does, calls me 'Nesia', and, for some reason, likes to 'pretend like he's in a cartoon'.
Finally, I'd build to a crescendo—cartoons ten, eleven, twelve usually killed, so they'd go out happy.” The formula remained the same for all the subsequent years. The first year was such a hit—“It was a shock to Richard and me,” Ford ...
Author: Ben Davis
Category: Performing Arts
New York’s repertory movie houses specialized in presenting films ignored by mainstream and art house audiences. Curating vintage and undistributed movies from various countries, they educated the public about the art of film at a time when the cinema had begun to be respected as an art form. Operating on shoestring budgets in funky settings, each repertory house had its own personality, reflecting the preferences of the (often eccentric) proprietor. While a few theaters existed in other cities, New York offered the greatest number and variety. Focusing on the active years from 1960 through 1994, this book documents the repertory movement in the context of economics and film culture.