Printcoverage Bali bombing - Australia vs. Asia: Australia vs. Asia by Sebastian Geipel

Printcoverage Bali bombing - Australia vs. Asia: Australia vs. Asia

bySebastian Geipel

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Essay from the year 2003 in the subject Communications - Print Media, Press, grade: C (2,0), Macquarie University (Media Department), course: Media and the Asia Pacific, 0 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: As topic for this essay I did choose to write about the bombing on the Sari Club on Bali a year ago. The reason why I chose this event, already lying in the past1, is the actual trial. As we are supposed to compare an Australian and an Asian newspaper, an event concerning people of both regions seems to be the best choice. It is important to keep the fact in mind that the actual incident already occurred. The news now covers the historical background with the influence of the happenings in the last year and the last act, the trial. In this essay you will see the different coverage be 'The Australian'2 and 'The Jakarta Post' using the editions from the 1st of August until the 11th of September 2003. All information in this essay are taken out or based on one of those two newspapers. I will describe the incident, tell you something about the two newspapers and compare them. You will recognize some differences, especially in the emotional part but you will also see that the Asian paper has a really western way of reporting the occurrence and that the west as even influence on the actual staff of 'The Jakarta Post'.
Title:Printcoverage Bali bombing - Australia vs. Asia: Australia vs. AsiaFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 24, 2004Publisher:GRIN PublishingLanguage:English

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