Media framing through stages of a political discourse: International news agencies’ coverage of Kosovo’s status negotiations

  title={Media framing through stages of a political discourse: International news agencies’ coverage of Kosovo’s status negotiations},
  author={Lindita Camaj},
  journal={International Communication Gazette},
  pages={635 - 653}
  • L. Camaj
  • Published 19 October 2010
  • Sociology
  • International Communication Gazette
This study investigates the persistence of news frames cross-nationally and over time by analyzing the international news agencies’ coverage of Kosovo’s status negotiations over a period of two years. The results suggest a congruency in international news agencies reporting, who mainly employ the ‘episodic frame’ and emphasize the ‘conflict’ nature of the issue. However, a major difference in frame choice emerged between western and non-western agencies, while news frames over the two-year… 

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