INFOCORE - (In)forming conflict prevention: The role of media in violent conflict

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INFOCORE Book

The INFOCORE Consortium published its key findings in an edited volume.

https://images.tandf.co.uk/common/jackets/agentjpg/978113805/9781138051621.jpg Romy Fröhlich, (Ed.)
2018

Media in war and armed conflict:
The dynamics of conflict news production and dissemination
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London, New York: Routledge.

ISBN: 978-1-13-805162-1

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CONTENTS
 
ForewordScott Althaus
 
PART I:
COMPARATIVE, DIACHRONIC AND HOLISTIC:
CONCEPTUALISING THEORETICAL PATHS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF CONFLICT NEWS COVERAGE AND PUBLIC DISCOURSE ON ARMED CONFLICTS

 
IntroductionRomy Fröhlich
 
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 Fröhlich & 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-Jiménez & Adolfo Carratalá
 
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 & 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 Frère & Anke Fiedler
 
PART IV:
RECAPITULATION, CONSOLIDATION, IMPLICATION

 
11.
The integration of findings:
Consequences of empirical results for the advancement of theory building

Romy Fröhlich
…in cooperation with Christian Baden, Rosa Berganza, Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou, Thomas Hanitzsch, Beatriz Herrero-Jiménez, Abit Hoxha, Marc Jungblut, Christoph O. Meyer, Igor Micevski, Eric Sangar, Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt & Snezana Trpevska
 
12.
Practical implications and suggestions for the applied fields:
Journalism, media assistance, NGOs and politics

Romy Fröhlich
…in cooperation with Christian Baden, Rosa Berganza, Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou, Thomas Hanitzsch, Beatriz Herrero-Jiménez, Marc Jungblut, Christoph O. Meyer, Igor Micevski, Eric Sangar, Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt & Snezana Trpevska
 
AfterwordPhilip Seib