Essays about: "mediated public diplomacy"

Found 3 essays containing the words mediated public diplomacy.

  1. 1. News framing in different language versions of state-sponsored international media : A case of Russian and English versions in RT and Radio Liberty

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/JMK

    Author : Imamgaiazova Diana; [2016]
    Keywords : International propaganda; public diplomacy; news framing; state-sponsored media; mediated conflict; Russia Today; Radio Liberty;

    Abstract : The current paper examines the dissimilarities that have occurred in news framing by state-sponsored news outlets in their different language versions. The comparative framing analysis is conducted on the news coverage of the Russian intervention in Syria (2016) in RT and Radio Liberty in Russian and English languages. READ MORE

  2. 2. Mediated Public Diplomacy: How the Russian English-language news network RT framed the ongoing tension between Russia and the West that ensued from the Ukrainian crisis

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Medier och kommunikation

    Author : George Vitopoulos; [2015]
    Keywords : public diplomacy; mediated public diplomacy; framing theory; frames; RT; Crimean crisis; Ukrainian crisis; Russia;

    Abstract : Mediated public diplomacy plays an important role in attaining foreign policy objectives by communicating with foreign audiences in order to establish a dialogue intending to inform and influence. The Russian state-funded global network RT serves as an important tool of Russian mediated public diplomacy. READ MORE

  3. 3. WAR/ PEACE JOURNALISM APPROACH IN VIETNAMESE ONLINE MEDIA COVERAGE OF SOUTH CHINA SEA DISPUTE : An analysis of Mediated Vietnamese Public Diplomacy Messages

    University essay from Örebro universitet/Institutionen för humaniora, utbildnings- och samhällsvetenskap

    Author : Thi Hong Nhung Bui; [2012]
    Keywords : Vietnam; public diplomacy; South China Sea; Vietnam; China; war journalism; peace journalism;

    Abstract : This research aims at examining the Vietnamese online media’s framing of conflict, thereby highlighting the outstanding characteristics of peace journalism and war journalism frames available in the media of an Asian peripheral country when it covers conflicts with other core, more powerful nations. The study is inspired from an overarching hypothesis of a possible junction between peace journalism and public diplomacy as relevant theories have it that they are basically identical in one sense: both representing a form of message which carries the note of peace-rebuilding, solution-orientated and mutual understanding in the war context. READ MORE