Essays about: "global television"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 16 essays containing the words global television.

  1. 1. Communicating Antibiotic Resistance to the Public: How effective was Public Health England’s 2018 ‘Keep Antibiotics Working’ campaign TV advertisement at increasing public understanding of antibiotic resistance and motivating a change in antibiotic seeking behaviours?

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle

    Author : Borgonha Anjuli; [2019]
    Keywords : Antibiotic resistance; health communication; behaviour change; Communication for Development; Keep Antibiotics Working campaign; antimicrobial resistance; communication campaign; evaluation;

    Abstract : Antibiotic resistance is one of the greatest global threats we face today. Human overuse of antibiotics is a contributing factor and major behaviour change around antibiotic consumption is needed, but several challenges exist in communicating antibiotic resistance to the public. READ MORE

  2. 2. 'The Hate in Our Midst' : The 2017 Unite the Right Rally and Representations of Voice, Race, and Emotions in CNN International and Al-Jazeera English 

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/JMK

    Author : Nadja Schaetz; [2018]
    Keywords : global television; Unite the Right rally; representation; emotions; voice; race; racism; strategic ritual of emotionality; media;

    Abstract : Although the 'affective turn' in social sciences lead to a new understanding of the effects of emotions on society, the role of emotions in media remains scarcely researched. Purpose of this study is to shed light on emotions in global television news and the ways in which gendered and racialized power relations may shape, and may be shaped by, emotional practices and discourses. READ MORE

  3. 3. Strategic Narratives in Media Representations of the Refugee Crisis of 2015 : A Comparative Study between RT and BBC World News

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/JMK

    Author : Simona Andronaco; [2018]
    Keywords : strategic narratives; refugee crisis; global television; RT; Russia Today; BBC World News; soft power; new media ecology;

    Abstract : As immigration turns into the scapegoat of political and social tensions all over the world and politicians that seem to be talking about migration flows communicate instead their conception of the world and where it should head, this study investigates the refugee crisis of 2015 as represented in the two global television channels RT and BBCW. Widely studied for the depiction the press gives of the refugees, for the first time the refugee crisis is analyzed as an arena where competing understandings of international relations are constructed, in a media ecology where a myriad of actors have a chance to foreground their truth and where wars are fought, and possibly won, through the weapons of values, culture and the attraction they exercise (Nye Jr. READ MORE

  4. 4. “An English which is not connected to Great Britain, the USA or any other geographical region.” : How is English presented in the Swedish educational television series Pick a colour?

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Engelska institutionen

    Author : Victoria Fairless-Clarkson; [2017]
    Keywords : Language ideologies; English as an international language; English as a lingua franca; EFL; ESL; language teaching; educational broadcasting; Sweden.;

    Abstract : English is used worldwide as a native, second and foreign language and as a language of international communication. The uses and status of English in Sweden have been discussed in terms of its influence and ubiquity, with its presence in daily life leading some to consider English could be better described as a second, rather than foreign, language in the country. READ MORE

  5. 5. Distant Suffering : A multimodal analysis of the politics of pity in news agencies’ mediation of the chemical weapons attack on Khan Sheikhoun

    University essay from Försvarshögskolan

    Author : Jack Thornberg; [2017]
    Keywords : distant suffering; mediation; global crisis; poststructuralism; discourse analysis; international relations; political science; communication; analytics of mediation;

    Abstract : This thesis explores of how American and British television mediated the crisis that started with the 4 April 2017 alleged chemical attack in Syria and culminated with the subsequent attack on Syria by the United States 7 April 2017. It builds upon a rich literature and focuses on the politics of pity in the mediated representation of distant suffering as set out by Luc Boltanski. READ MORE