Posts Tagged ‘News Framing’

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A Comparative Framing Analysis of Embedded and Behind-the-Lines Reporting on the 2003 Iraq War

Cooper, S.D., & Kuypers, J.A. (2005). A Comparative Framing Analysis of Embedded and Behind-the-Lines Reporting on the 2003 Iraq War. Qualitative Research Reports in Communication, 6(1), 1-10.
Hoe sterk is de invloed van embedded journalistiek geweest op de beeldvorming over de Irak-oorlog in 2003? Via een vergelijkende ‘framing’ analyse zijn 66 stukken uit twee Amerikaanse kranten [...]

Author: daniel
Posted on: September 30, 2010

Unveiling imperialism: Media, gender and the war on Afghanistan.

Stabile, C.A. & Kumar, D. (2005). Unveiling imperialism: Media, gender and the war on Afghanistan. Media, Culture & Society, 27(5), 765-782.
An article written from a different point of view. Stabile and Kumar propose that Afghan women are liberated by US army. Since Taliban was challenged, Afghanistan became more liberated. Stabile and Kumar are arguing that [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: August 29, 2010

Wanted, dead or alive: Media frames, frame adoption, and support for the war in Afghanistan

Edy, J.A. & Meirick, P.C. (2007). Wanted, dead or alive: Media frames, frame adoption, and support for the war in Afghanistan. Journal of Communication, 57, 119-141.
After the attack on the Twin Towers, Bush immediately responded using mass media. Edy and Kumar are evaluating the frames that were set and investigate the effect it had on [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: August 29, 2010

Bad news from Israel

Philo, G. & Berry, M. (2004). Bad news from Israel. London: Pluto Press.
This book is for many reasons more than interesting. First of all it gives a really deep historical background on the Israel Palestinian conflict. All main events during this conflict are described very thorough. The authors did a large research on the media [...]

Covering death in conflicts of the second intifada on Israeli and Palestinian television

Wolfsfeld, G., Frosh, P. & Awabdy, M. T. (2008). Covering death in conflicts of the second intifada on Israeli and Palestinian television. Journal of Peace Research, 45(3), pp. 401-417.
The study of Wolfsfeld, Frosh and Awabdy (2008) gives a good insight on how journalistic mechanisms influence the reporting on television news. They have chosen two events [...]

Shifting frames in a deadlocked conflict?

Ruigrok, N., Van Atteveldt, W. & Takens, J. (2009). Shifting frames in a deadlocked conflict? Opgehaald van 7 oktober, 2009, van http://www.nieuwsmonitor.net/ShiftingFrames.pdf.
This article is about the research of the news coverage of Israeli and Palestinians in three newspapers of the US, the UK and the Netherlands. The authors try to discover if the existing frames [...]

Frame shifts and catastrophic events: the attacks of September 11, 2001, and New York Times’s portrayals of Arafat and Sharon.

Article: Dente Ross, S. & Bantimaroudis, P. (2006). Frame shifts and catastrophic events: the attacks of September 11, 2001, and New York Times’s portrayals of Arafat and Sharon. Mass Communication & Society, 9(1), pp. 85-101.
In this research media coverage is being scrutinized and the influence of specific events on that coverage. In special, this article [...]

British Arab Muslim audiences and television after September 11

Harb, Z. & Bessaiso, E. (2006). British Arab Muslim audiences and television after September 11. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 32(6), 1063-1076.
This article focuses on the Western media systems and their way of representing the Islam and Muslims. It mostly focuses on cultural politics in news discourse. Western media have the tendency to use [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: June 30, 2010

News as framing: Comments on Graber

Gamson, W. A. (1989). News as framing: Comments on Graber. American Behavioral Scientist, 33, 157–166.
Gamson is one of the most well-known scholars in framing research. He explains how framing in journalism takes place and that it can be a conscious as well as an unconscious process. Framing in peace journalism is rather a conscious process, [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: June 30, 2010
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Swallowing Camels: How the Media Misinterpret Nonviolent Struggles

This is a webinar by Dr. Cynthia Boaz, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Sonoma State University. She uses frame analysis to analyze some of the common ways in which mainstream media coverage of nonviolent struggles and civil resistance tends to reinforce key distortions in knowledge about these struggles and even defaults to the perspective of [...]

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