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Citizenship, nation, and identity : a study of the framing of the Maher Arar case in Canada's two national newspapers, 2002-2004
In this study, I examine newspaper coverage from the National Post and The Globe and Mail on the case of Maher Arar using media framing analysis. Arar, a Canadian citizen of Syrian origin, was detained and subsequently deported by the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service based on his suspected links with terrorist organizations. To understand the significance and implications of how this case has been framed in the news media, over 250 newspaper articles (written betweendoi:10.14288/1.0092715 fatcat:6ex64ezvkbfppixrdfdyndrcbu