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Islamophobia in the British press had existed before 9/11. It followed a pattern of patronizing and sometimes demonizing representations of the Muslim as ‘other’, with its roots in earlier centuries (Poole, 2002; Poole and Richardson, 2006; Poynting and Mason, 2007, Runnymede Trust, 1997). However, 9/11 had reinforced the Islamophobic undertone of many items in the press – and to some extent in broadcast media – on the subject of events which appeared to highlight the distance between Muslim customs or traditions and mainstream British society (Islamic Human Rights Commission, 2007; Mayor of London, 2007; Moore, Mason and Lewis, 2008).
G. direct opposition to Putin, excessive nationalism, criminal banditry), ‘Caucasus’ involves that region of Russia (including Chechnia, Dagestan and Ingushetiia) and matters related to it, such as terror incidents, the elimination of ‘bandits’, or the normalization of the situation there. ‘Middle East’ relates to formal meetings between Russian dignitaries and the political leaders of countries in the area. Note that there was no equivalent ‘Middle East’ category for either the Ten O’Clock News or the Journal de Vingt Heures, as these programmes tended to cover issues relevant to individual countries in the region in more depth, as a result of the historic roles played by Britain and France in specific countries in the region.
Thus, in setting out the wider political context in Chapter 1, the selection of issues in international and domestic politics was informed by the distribution and the relative weight of the various Islam-related topic areas covered by the news bulletins themselves. Chapters 2 to 4, which deal directly with the news material contained in the recordings, use the catalogue and typology as a basis for the descriptive statistics relating to patterns of topics and their relative salience. These findings lead, in turn, to the qualitative overviews of the ideological slant of the coverage, with each national broadcaster considered in sequence, producing a rolling comparison.