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Through the Looking Glass: How the mass media represent, reflect and refract sexual crime in Ireland
(Irish Communications Review, 2004)
Sexual crimes, against adults and children, represent significant social problem in Ireland as indicated in the SAVI report (McGee et al., 2002). This paper examines the framing, representation and construction of sexual ...
When Size Does Matter: How Church Size Determines Media Coverage of Religion.(Pre-Published Version)
Setting up Margins: Public Attitudes and Media Construction of Poverty and Exclusion in Ireland
(Journal of Irish-Nordic Studies, 2003)
Citizens, Loopholes and Maternity Tourists: Irish Print Media Framing of the 2004 Citizenship Referendum.
(The Institute of Public Administration, 2006)
Maternity services in the Irish mass media: an analysis of media content from 2007–2012
(BMJ Publishing Group Ltd & Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, 2013)
The mass media play a key role in informing the public about matters of public interest and, critically, in the actual shaping of public opinion about those matters. With this in mind, the purpose of this study was to ...