Case Study

Cartoon controversy

2 pages
August 2006
Reference: IMD-3-1707

This case relates the events following the controversial September 2005 publication of 12 cartoons illustrating Islam and the prophet Muhammad by Denmark’s largest-selling daily newspaper. It raises the question of what response would be appropriate for companies concerned about the impact the controversy was having on their business in the Middle East.

Keywords
Ethics, Censorship, Newspaper, Media, Publishing
Settings
Denmark
2005
Type
Published Sources
Copyright
© 2006
Available Languages
English
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