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Mertens Stefan (University of Leuven, Belgium)
Who is to Blame on July 22, 2011? Psychological and Sociological Blame Frames in the Reporting of Anders Breivik in the Dutch Speaking Broadsheet Press
International Studies : Interdisciplinary Political and Cultural Journal, 2015, vol. 17, s. 59-72, tab., bibliogr. 33 poz.
Analiza tekstu, Czasopiśmiennictwo, Przyczynowość
Text analysis, Periodicals, Causality
Breivik Anders
On July 22, 2011 Anders Breivik murdered a large amount of people in Norway. In this study we investigate a sample of articles that were published about Breivik and his deeds in the Flemish and Dutch press. We will investigate these articles looking for the so-called "attribution of responsibility frame." The murders from Breivik could be explained psychologically ("he is insane") as well as sociologically (far-right political parties are responsible because of having spread hate speech). We present a typology of subtypes of frames. We will furthermore investigate how many times these types of frames occur in different media outlets. (original abstract)
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