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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.

“Ingen av oss i gruppen är liksom någon foliehatt” : En intervjustudie kring upplevelsen av svenska myndigheters kommunikativa arbete under coronapandemin

Fredriksson, Nellie January 2021 (has links)
No description available.

You can only write about Africa as seen with a European eye : You have no other

Rauch, Lea January 2017 (has links)
This research looks at the French press coverage of the 2014 uprising in Burkina Faso. The aim is to focus on the nature of the coverage by Libération and Le Figaro. Another goal is to find out how these newspapers framed their reporting and whether there are similarities and differences in their coverage. This research draws upon news framing. It is built on findings about the coverage of demonstrations and how the Western media reports about African news. It aims at refining the existing research on the subject of French media reporting about Africa and at filling the research gap of foreign news coverage of demonstrations in Sub-Saharan Africa. The research uses a qualitative content analysis to study the articles published by Libération and Le Figaro during the first week of the uprising. It examines the terms used to name actors, actions and to define the events. The thesis found that both newspapers covered the events in a rather similar way, pointing out the same actors and focusing on the same actions. They both draw a violent picture of the events. There were nevertheless differences in framing the responsibilities for the violent actions during the uprising.

An exploratory study of how a small group of young Muslim Kashmiri men perceive their representation in BBC and Al Jazeera news coverage about the conflict

Rabiee, Farzin January 2017 (has links)
This research looks at how a small group of young Muslim Kashmiri men perceive their representation in BBC and Al Jazeera news coverage about the Kashmir conflict, with focus on the August 2016 unrest. It is an exploratory study aiming to give insights on how the Kashmiri people and particularly young Muslim Kashmiri men might perceive their proper representation and that of the conflict in foreign news. The research uses a questionnaire method by asking a sample of six Kashmiri men to watch two news video clips covering the 2016 August unrest, one from BBC news and the other from Aljazeera news asking them to answer relevant questions. One of the main findings exists in discovering that although the group of men generally perceived the representation of Kashmiris as positive in the video clips, the general consensus on how truthful the depictions were, proved to be more complex.

Russia in French Media : A Comparative Discourse Analysis of the News Coverage of Anna Politkovskaya’s murder in French National Newspapers

Cohen, Alma January 2017 (has links)
This research aims to study the discourse of French newspapers on Russia based on the analysis of the coverage of Anna Politkovskaya’s murder in 2006 and to analyse how French newspapers represent Russia. The goal of this thesis is to study the representation of Russia in French newspapers through the analysis of this specific event. The analysis is based on the literature previously produced on three different topics: the notion of representation and national identity and their links with language, the representation of national identity and other nations in media coverage as well as the representation of Russia in French media.In order to conduct this study, this thesis uses a critical discourse analysis applied on the coverage of Politkovskaya’s murder in three different French national newspapers from three different political wings: Le Monde, Le Figaro and Libération.The results of this study outlined a specific representation of Russia, mostly negative and based on its stereotypisation, the emotionalisation of the event covered as well as an ideologically orientated discourse. The thesis also found that this representation of Russia is notably embodied by the person of Vladimir Putin but also on-sided and partial as it gives the view of the event covered from an Occidental point of view.

Football and a New National Identity : An Audience Survey of Rwandan Professionals

Karenzi, Fabrice January 2017 (has links)
Literature connects sports with creating a feeling of unity and nation building amongst people. In a country such as Rwanda, a nation that is rebuilding itself after ethnic tensions that resulted into genocide against one of the ethnic groups, the Tutsi, it is important to understand the role of the new national identity in the process of rebuilding the country. Subsequently, this study aimed at investigating the link between national identity and sport specifically how professionals in Rwanda, as football fans, perceive their national identity. To this end, the study used survey questionnaire to investigate perceptions of new national identity. The findings relate football to the new national identity based on unity and professionals identify themselves with that new national identity. These findings suggest that football plays an important role in building the national identity for a country. This study presents original findings about new Rwandan national identity and its representation and, thus, fills a gap in existing literature. It also serves as a basis to study further the Rwandan national identity.

Intercultural Business Communication- A Comparison of China and Sweden

Guo, Yuanyuan January 2017 (has links)
No description available.

The Conflicts in Environmental Communication : Analysis of Estonian Media Coverage on the Process of Changing Forest Act

Savioja, Mirjam January 2017 (has links)
No description available.

The Discourse Analysis of Haze Issue in China : Critical Discourse Analysis about Constructions of People Daily and Analysis of Audiences Interaction in Terms of Haze Issue

Huang, Shuang January 2017 (has links)
The study analyzes media representation on social media of environmental issues in China and audience attitudes toward this. The study concretes upon People Daily’s discourse of Chinese haze problems on the Chinese Twitter-- Weibo. Quantitative method and critical discourse analysis are the research methods of the study. Based on reviews of previous studies and theories on media representations, critical discourse analysis, it examines how People Daily constructs discourse about haze problems on Weibo. It also focuses on audience’s interaction in order to discuss how this strengthens, negotiates or alter the discourses about haze and identify what happened with their discourses on Weibo.

The impact of videos regarding the diverse consequences of palm oil usage on audiences

Risbourg, Julie January 2017 (has links)
No description available.

En medieinstitution - Olikakällkritik? : En kvalitativ studie om journalisters källkritiska process på Nerikes Allehanda.

Ramos, Mikaela January 2016 (has links)
No description available.

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