A Portrayal of Pak Army in Leading Newspapers (Media - A catalyst for peace or cause of conflict)

Authors

  • Dost Muhammad Yousafzai Education
  • Alam Khan Department of Journalism Ripha International University Islamabad.
  • Mehrunnisa Mehro University of Central Punjab ,Lahore.

Keywords:

• Pakistan Army, • News Media, • Security, • Politics. • Daily Dawn • Urdu and English languages

Abstract

The study focuses to analyze the Pakistan news media reporting of Army in the selected newspapers. The aim of the study Pakistani media framing of Army in general perspective of different cases like security wise coverage, interference in politics and foreign policy. It is essential to briefly discus the history of Pakistan Army and the history of Pakistan media in national issues. The content analysis technique was used for collecting data. The two leading newspapers of Urdu and English languages, Daily Jang Rawalpindi, and Daily Dawn Islamabad were selected for the analysis. The results showed a positivity portrayal in Pakistani media coverage of the Army in both newspapers. Positive coverage was more dominant on security issues than the political issues. The daily Jang gave more Space than Daily dawn. Pakistan media was again supporting national interest, supporting the internal war of terrorism, and military cooperation of peace negotiations.

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Published

2021-03-25

How to Cite

Yousafzai, D. M., Khan, A. ., & Mehro, M. . (2021). A Portrayal of Pak Army in Leading Newspapers (Media - A catalyst for peace or cause of conflict). Global Media and Social Sciences Research Journal (GMSSRJ), 2(1), 20-37. Retrieved from http://gmssrj.com/index.php/main/article/view/50