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How does xenophobia affect people’s perspectives of Syrian r
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The media portrays Syrian refugees positively and negatively, depending on what part of the world and what are examined .
: War in Syria began in March 2011.
More than 250,000 people have been killed in the fighting, and more than 4.5 million have fled Syria.
Since the history is so tragic, some countries feel badly for the refugees seeking asylum while other countries do not take the graphic history into account.
: Xenophobia is more common in conservative voters. This is often because of conservative views on immigration and ethnic relations.
: 5 of the wealthiest Muslim countries are refusing to take in Syrian refugees.
How does xenophobia affect people’s perspectives of Syrian refugees?
How does the media affect how different countries perceive Syrian refugees?
How does the media portray some countries views of Syrian refugees?
What are some countries views through the media and are they accurate?
: What aspects of history should countries look at while deciding whether or not to accept Syrian refugees?
: How does a political candidate use positive and negative views of Syrian refugees to gain supporters?
: How does the religious background by many Syrian refugees affect a countries willingness to accept them?
How are past events in history still affecting the perspective of Syrian refugees?
How does politics affect perception of Syrian refugees?
To what extent does theology affect a country's opinion of Syrian refugees?
How has the media's view of Syrian refugees changed throughout history?
Does a countries political leader's religious affiliation affect the countries stand on Syrian refugees?
How has the history with Syrian refugees effected political views?