Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Setting the scene Chapter 3: Theoretical frameworks for analysing media coverage of Islam: Orientalism, Islamophobia and racism Chapter 4: Problems and effects: news media coverage of Islam and its potential implications Chapter 5: Approaches to more ethical coverage: peace journalism, constructive journalism and solutions journalism Chapter 6: Journalists', educators' and Muslims' views on the reportage of Islam and Muslims Chapter 7: A model for transformative journalism Chapter 8: Reporting radicalisation, terror incidents and arrests Chapter 9: Reporting Muslim women - veiling Chapter 10: Muslim, migrant, refugee? conflating identities Chapter 11: Reporting sharia and halal Chapter 12: News media coverage of mosques Chapter 13: Best practice approaches Chapter 14: Conclusion: Implementing inclusive approaches to reporting on Muslims, production and audience considerations
Jacqui Ewart is a former journalist and Professor at Griffith University, Australia. She researches news media representations of Muslims and disasters communication. She is the co-author and author of several books about news media coverage of Muslims and has published widely in related international journals. Kate O'Donnell is the Reporting Islam Project's Principal Research Fellow based at Griffith University, Australia. She is a career public servant turned academic whose research interests also include terrorism, policing and critical infrastructure resilience.