Media in War and Armed Conflict

Dynamics of Conflict News Production and Dissemination
 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 26. Oktober 2018
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  • 368 Seiten
 
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978-1-351-68539-9 (ISBN)
 
This book focuses on the social process of conflict news production and the emergence of public discourse on war and armed conflict. Its contributions combine qualitative and quantitative approaches through interview studies and computer-assisted content analysis and apply a unique comparative and holistic approach over time, across different cycles of six conflicts in three regions of the world, and across different types of domestic, international and transnational media. In so doing, it explores the roles of public communication through traditional media, social media, strategic communication, and public relations in informing and involving national and international actors in conflict prevention, resolution and peace-keeping. It provides a key point of reference for creative, innovative, and state-of-the-art empirical research on media and armed conflict.
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Für höhere Schule und Studium
36 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, 26 schwarz-weiße Tabellen
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978-1-351-68539-9 (9781351685399)

Romy Fröhlich is Professor at the Institute of Communication Studies and Media Research at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) München, Germany.

Foreword


Scott Althaus


Part I: Comparative, Diachronic and Holistic: Conceptualising Theoretical Paths for the Analysis of Conflict News Coverage and Public Discourse on Armed Conflicts





Introduction


Romy Froehlich





1. Dissecting Media Roles in Conflict: A Transactionist Process Model of Conflict News Production, Dissemination, and Influence


Christian Baden & Christoph O. Meyer


Part II: The Dynamics of Public Discourse(s) on Wars and Armed Conflicts: Media Content, Strategic Communication and Conflict-Related Cognition





2. Not so Bad News? Investigating Journalism's Contribution to What's Bad, and Good, in News on Violent Conflict


Christian Baden & Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt





3. The Dynamics of Strategic Communication over Time: Patterns of Persuasive Communication and its Relevance for the Construction of Discourse on War and Conflict


Romy Froehlich & Marc Jungblut





4. The Dynamics of Parliamentary Debates on War and Conflict: Assessing the Impact and Role of the Media on the Political Agenda


Rosa Berganza, Beatriz Herrero-Jimenez & Adolfo Carratala





5. #iProtest: The Case of the Colourful Revolution in Macedonia


Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou & Sergios Lenis





Part III: The Dynamics of Conflict News Production as a Social Process: Key Actors' (Changing) Roles and Their Interrelations





6. Journalism of War and Conflict: Generic and Conflict-related Influences on News Production


Thomas Hanitzsch & Abit Hoxha


7. The enduring value of reliable facts: Why NGOs have become more influential in conflict discourse


Eric Sangar & Christoph O. Meyer





8. Political Leaders, Media, and Violent Conflict in the Digital Age


Gadi Wolfsfeld & Linor Tsifroni





9. A Game of Frames in Conflict Transformation: Mapping the Media Active Publics' Nexus of Competing Conflict Frames


Igor Micevski and Snezana Trpevska





10. Balancing plausible lies and false truths: Perception and evaluation of the local and global news coverage of conflicts in the DRC


Marie-Soleil Frere & Anke Fiedler


Part IV: Recapitulation, Consolidation, Implication





11. The Integration of Findings: Consequences of Empirical Results for the Advancement of Theory Building


Romy Froehlich


(In cooperation with Christian Baden, Rosa Berganza, Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou, Thomas Hanitzsch, Beatriz Herrero-Jimenez, Abit Hoxha, Marc Jungblut, Christoph O. Meyer, Igor Micevski, Eric Sangar, Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt, and Snezana Trpevska)





12. Practical Implications and Suggestions for the Applied Fields: Journalism, Media Assistance, NGOs and Politics"


Romy Froehlich


(In cooperation with Christian Baden, Rosa Berganza, Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou, Thomas Hanitzsch, Beatriz Herrero-Jimenez, Marc Jungblut, Christoph O. Meyer, Igor Micevski, Eric Sangar, Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt and Snezana Trpevska)





Afterword


Philip Seib

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