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Issues and crisis management

Issues and crisis management

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is Qaddafi Bad with Crisis management? or is he the victim of bad press?
is Qaddafi Bad with Crisis management? or is he the victim of bad press?

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Published by: Musaab Mohamed Adam Osman on Apr 19, 2011
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Overview of the issue
Reporting on a crisis concerning internal governance policy is an extremely sensitive issue,especially when the reporting is done without in-depth understanding of the status quo
This paperwill identify and analyze global conflicts as direct repercussions of 
inaccurate and biased newsreporting
. Part one employs understanding the impact of news footage on various audiences andits psychological perspective as an approach for understanding the phenomenon. The recentpopular demonstrations which started in Tunisia quickly swept the Arab world not sparing Libya,quickly developing into an internal organizational conflict characterized by the violent crackdownon demonstrators that led to mass resignations of high and low ranked government officials. TheLibyan issue rapidly developed into a combination of global conflicts orchestrated intentionally byAljazeera channel by means of misrepresenting events, falsifying, dramatizing and sensationalizingnews content.
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The catastrophic events manifested in the crowded borderline refugee camps and civilian victimswho suffer as
the result of failing to resolve an internal organizational conflict, thus another  freedom war.
 IntroductionAljazeeras bid to magnify the spotlight on their operations begun after the regions mostprominent voice of news broadcasting in Arabic by radio since 1938, the British BroadcastingCorporation popularly known as BBC announced it would cut more than 400 jobs incorrespondence to government austerity measures. Assuming the role of the key source of information from the region meant that the network gains more influence within regional andglobal audiences alike, which was done by Aljazeeras overt support for demonstrations yet withclaims of objectivity. Jamieson & Campbell argued that media resources are used to influence our
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interpretations of events, to support certain perspectives and to reject others, and, in general, tofunction ideologically (p.84).The paper will examine this claim primarily as it relates to conflict resolution and management,which requires a new kind of political analysis of the discourse of which media institutions attemptin the making of any form of mediated representations of the public domain, particularly thecoverage of Aljazeera satellite channel which has been as much of an evolving story as the conflictitself.
ature of the co
 For any organization to perform effectively, interdependent individuals and groups must establish aset of common goals and regulate communication methods across organizational boundaries,between individuals, and among groups. If the organization fails to develop these strict guidelinesevery conflict situation will result in subsequent dysfunctional outcomes. Aljazeera channelcapitalized on Colonel Qaddafi`s failure to actively engage in conflict behavior with various groupswithin his organization. The colonials failure to deal with the conflict throughout it various stages isbetter understood through the conflict development module described by Ivancevic, in his module

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