One Message for Many Audiences: Framing the Death of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi

by Z. S Justus & Aaron Hess Globalization and telecommunications technology have made every message global. The consequence of this phenomenon is that when the United States makes announcements concerning the Global War on Terrorism a global, rather than a local audience, receives the message. While similar messages may circulate in different areas throughout the globe, the messages interact with national and/or cultural traditions that result in different types of message interpretation. Using Entman’s (2003a; […] Read more »