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Title: Conflict as news and news as conflict: a multidimensional content analysis of TV news in Cyprus
Authors: Milioni, Dimitra L.
Doudaki, Vaia
Tsiligiannis, Panagiotis
Papa, Venetia
Vadratsikas, Konstantinos
Scientific Field: Social Sciences
Scientific Field: Media and Communications
Subjects: News
Peace journalism
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: University of Southern California
Citation: International Journal of Communication, 2015, Volume 9, Pages 752–772
Abstract: This research about how conflict is (re)presented on television news adopts a dual perspective on conflict: conflict as news and news as conflict. Focusing on the understudied case of Cyprus, it builds on the concept of conflict-oriented journalism, a theory-informed analytical framework for studying televised conflict. The analysis reveals the heavy presence of conflict-laden news referring to social conflict, violent crime, warfare, and political contestation. Especially in the case of political news, conflict is used as a paradigmatic mode of presentation. Current journalistic practices ignore the potential offered by peace journalism, meant as event reporting that includes various viewpoints but leaves open the possibility of resolution. This is especially important in societies of long-lasting conflict, such as Cyprus, because the media are one of the fields where conflict is reconstructed.
Type: Article
ISSN: 1932-8036
Link: http://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/2965/1326
Affiliation: Cyprus University of Technology
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Country: Cyprus
Journal Type: Open Access
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