Long, Mark: "Exploring Anti-Americanism in Post-9/11 Editorial Cartoons in the U.S. and Spain." In: PS: Political Science and Politics 40.2 (2007), S. 279–286.
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Keywords: Caricature, Randformen des Comics, Spain (country), USA
Collection: PS: Political Science and Politics
Billed as the first great crisis of the twenty-first century, terrorist attacks on the United States led to unprecedented media attention. What was initially seen as unqualified worldwide support for the U.S. quickly gave way to claims in the U.S. of growing anti-Americanism around the world (Mack 2005, v). This paper uses editorial cartoons in leading newspapers in Spain and the U.S. to investigate purported anti-Americanism.
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