COLLECTIVE MEMORIES AND REPRESENTATIONS OF NATIONAL IDENTITY IN EDITORIALS

@article{Le2006COLLECTIVEMA,
  title={COLLECTIVE MEMORIES AND REPRESENTATIONS OF NATIONAL IDENTITY IN EDITORIALS},
  author={{\'E}lisabeth Le},
  journal={Journalism Studies},
  year={2006},
  volume={7},
  pages={708 - 728}
}
This study addresses the question of the extent to which the representation of a national identity is a “prisoner of its past” and thus might represent an obstacle to the improvement of intercultural relations. Following a Critical Discourse Analysis approach, this paper investigates in particular how French and American collective memories of Communist Russia establish a framework for representations of post-Communist Russia in 1999–2000 editorials of Le Monde and The New York Times when… Expand
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