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Fear, framing and foreigners: the othering of immigrants in the Irish print media
(Palgrave & Macmillan, 2006)
Recent public attitudes research indicates that Ireland has witnessed both an increase in levels of intolerance generally and in racism in particular. Using a frame analysis approach this paper examines how the Irish print ...
Smuggling Zebras for Lunch: Media framing of asylum seekers in the Irish print media.
(Presses Universitaires de Rennes., 2005)
In this paper we offer a critical account of Irish print media coverage of recent immigration. Using data from the year 2002 we consider how both broadsheet and tabloid print media have sought to explain the issues surrounding ...
Citizens, Loopholes and Maternity Tourists: Irish Print Media Framing of the 2004 Citizenship Referendum.
(The Institute of Public Administration, 2006)
A cosy consensus on deviant discourse: How the refugee and asylum seeker meta-narrative has endorsed an interpretative crisis in relation to the transnational politics of the world's displaced persons.
(University of Limerick & Mary Immaculate College, 2004)
In the know? media, migration and public beliefs
(Dublin City University, 2009)
Given our wider concerns as to the degree to which the mainstream mass media in Ireland constitutes a public sphere, we have undertaken our analysis in the context of the longstanding debates within media and communication ...
Public exercises in othering: Irish print media coverage of asylum seekers and refugees (pre-published version)
(Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008)