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Women in a Human Rights Media Discourse During the Armed Conflict in the East of Ukraine
Жінки у дискурсі з прав людини під час збройного конфлікту на сході України

Natalya Sydorenko, Anastasiia Volobuieva, Olesia Zental
2019 Current Issues of Mass Communication  
and the ideology of paternalism as well as between human rights protection discourse and ideology of feminism.  ...  In particular, it was found that due to the media discourse reproduction of social inequality, members of the public competed for their agenda with politicians.  ...  As for the methodology, the work "Through a media lens -The Crimean Crisis" [5] is interesting as it presents a combination of discourse analysis method (in the theory of Laclau and Mouffe) with linguistic  ... 
doi:10.17721/2312-5160.2019.26.10-27 fatcat:ri6xqqswlbck5gq4eq4f4wd7ca

What Makes Life Grievable? Discursive Distribution of Vulnerability in the Pandemic

Zuzana Maďarová, Pavol Hardoš, Alexandra Ostertágová
2020 Mezinárodní vztahy  
An analysis of the elite political discourse in Czechia, Germany, Great Britain, and Slovakia in the first three months of the pandemic explores how vulnerability was constructed and distributed among  ...  the respective populations.  ...  The security frame was built through the visibility and participation of actors and through the security and military jargon.  ... 
doi:10.32422/mv-cjir.1737 fatcat:qmzfc7rexzf3niovqxpwykic34

Playing the Changes

Ben Finley, Erin Felepchuk
2021 Critical Studies in Improvisation  
Ben Finley and Erin Felepchuk's contribution for the COVID-19 Special Issue.  ...  19 discourses in the news media, across social media, and in business, medical, and scientific communities.  ...  by offering a conceptualization of disease and disease mitigation through the lens of collective improvisation.  ... 
doi:10.21083/csieci.v14i1.6510 fatcat:yzov7rxrjfeqziobuhx3fj5mta

The grand return of the troops

Weronika Grzebalska, Zuzana Maďarová
2021 Intersections  
Drawing from official government and military statements, media articles, and expert interviews with defense intellectuals, we examine two interconnected areas – that of discourse and that of military  ...  By viewing the developments through the lens of militarization and military-society relations scholarship, we argue that rather than serving as a 'portal' for civilian resilience, the pandemic constituted  ...  Acknowledgement Work on the Slovak part of this article was supported by the APVV grant 17-0596 within the project 'Politics of Emotions as a Form of Political Inclusion and Exclusion'.  ... 
doi:10.17356/ieejsp.v7i3.784 fatcat:gzj2ofow7vbippmjvirv3gwyza

Challenges of State Security through the Lens of ATO/JFO Literature

Anhelika DILAI, Ruslan KOLTSOV
2020 Challenges to national defence in cotemporary geopolitical situation  
This article highlights the issue of national security through the lens of literature development.  ...  Since the information war has been going on against Ukraine for a long time, the instruments of influence on the consciousness of the population are constantly changing and the forms and methods of information  ...  The authors are grateful to the Military Institute of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv for the opportunity to explore and demonstrate the importance of content, especially negative ones, as  ... 
doi:10.47459/cndcgs.2020.26 fatcat:tdatn7zudbdg5ba2vdt7li7g44

SARS and New York's Chinatown: The politics of risk and blame during an epidemic of fear

Laura Eichelberger
2007 Social Science and Medicine  
Legitimizing cultural blame obfuscates the structural and biological causes of epidemics and naturalizes health disparities in marginalized populations.  ...  This paper examines the production of risk and blame discourses during the 2003 SARS epidemic and responses to those messages in New York City's Chinatown, a community stigmatized during the SARS epidemic  ...  Jan Lin, the Organization of Chinese Americans, the Asian American Federation of New York, the Museum of Chinese in the Americas, and the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2007.04.022 pmid:17544189 pmcid:PMC7130736 fatcat:oui2amxy7zahhdnms6qg7xf4ga


Jennifer Atu
2018 Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues  
and panic, particularly when securitized through twenty four hour news networks and social media.  ...  of government, media (traditional and social media), and individual experiences in a global and interconnected world.  ...  The increased connectedness of the globalized world and emergence of a constant flow of information through around the clock global media and social media has resulted in "international anxiety about a  ... 
doi:10.9770/jssi.2018.8.2(8) fatcat:jn5d73g4hzavbogqlmwmdaodie

Positive organisational scholarship in healthcare

Ann Dadich, Ben Farr-Wharton
2020 Journal of Management & Organization  
How might the seismic wave of seeming pessimism in health service management discourse be redressedparticularly within the mass media, social media, government and international organisations?  ...  Whether you consider discourse sourced from academe, the mass media, social media, government or international organisations, trials and tribulations abound.  ... 
doi:10.1017/jmo.2020.6 fatcat:rzso4g4cxbft7mwu6k57vsag3e

Analysis of North American Newspaper Coverage of Bionics Using the Disability Studies Framework

Sonum Panesar, Gregor Wolbring
2014 Technologies  
Two main applications of bionic products are discussed; one being for the restoration of body abilities to a species-typical norm and the other being the addition of abilities to the body that are not  ...  We posit that the newspapers generate a bionic discourse culture that is problematic for disabled people and other socially disadvantaged groups and that they do not prepare readers for the challenges  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Jesse Hendrikse for comments on an earlier version of the article. Author Contributions Gregor Wolbring generated and supervised the research project.  ... 
doi:10.3390/technologies2010001 fatcat:pxykih47bbh4bloqoayickxnuy

Dialectical Tensions of Sustainability and Health during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Tale from Latin America

Adriana Angel, Lissette Marroquin-Velasquez, Sandra Idrovo
2021 Sustainability  
After performing a dialectical analysis on mass media discourses about the pandemic, we argue that sustainability must be understood in relation to tensions such as (a) health and economy, (b) isolation  ...  and interconnectedness of health management, and (c) access to and excess of information about the pandemic.  ...  that balances the role of natural and social systems in well-being.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13137387 fatcat:fvzwjycbtfgphgbxirrlmku6pq

Debunking the Myth of Universal Male Privilege

Jamie Abrams
2016 Michigan Journal of Law Reform  
This would reveal the gender equality implications of military mental health and disentangle masculinities and military efficacy.  ...  It would bring sexual assault, domestic violence, and sexual harassment into the same frame as the military mental health crisis and even mass solidier-on-soldier shootings.  ...  Id. at 4 (explaining how "value expectations' apply to images and discourses of masculinity-i.e., through the media, peer subcultures, history, etc.  ... 
doi:10.36646/mjlr.49.2.debunking fatcat:jbsu4tdcqzcixhhne4pxmsz2vm

War, Heroes and Sacrifice: Masking Neoliberal Violence During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ben A Lohmeyer, Nik Taylor
2020 Critical Sociology  
Analysing media articles that have considerable reach, availability and shareability, we interrogate the rhetorical framing of frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic and uncover three significant  ...  We argue that the emerging field of the sociology of violence provides the means to expose the violence of neoliberalism in the current COVID-19 pandemic as well as identify the discursive apparatus that  ...  analyse the discourses presented through their media.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0896920520975824 fatcat:2u2dejq6wjdbrmqnzh2ajilaqe

Governmentality and the Power of Transnational Women's Movements

Carol Harrington
2012 Studies in Social Justice  
Feminists have celebrated success in gendering security discourse and practice since the end of the Cold War.  ...  The governmentality lens views politics as a struggle over truth and expertise.  ...  their own health, education and well-being.  ... 
doi:10.26522/ssj.v7i1.1054 fatcat:jrygy63lbzaxniqkrhuqpawqjy

Information, control and health promotion in the Brazilian context of the pandemic

Maria Cristina Trousdell Franceschini, Elisabete Agrela de Andrade, Rosilda Mendes, Marco Akerman, Douglas Roque Andrade, Fatima Madalena de Campos Lico
2021 Health Promotion International  
Concomitantly, there are also discourses based on notions of solidarity and renewed social connections, which are empowering and consistent with the practice of health promotion as it attributes meanings  ...  This article discusses how preventive and promotional discourses have been incorporated by the Brazilian population in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.  ...  Local governments have also widely disseminated messages through social media urging people to: 'take care, protect your health and that of your family' and the hashtag 'stay at home' (#FiqueEmCasa).  ... 
doi:10.1093/heapro/daab032 pmid:34114018 pmcid:PMC8394828 fatcat:4n43zdtjynfnjnv2e3mpyte3pi

Representing the "European refugee crisis" in Germany and beyond: Deservingness and difference, life and death

2016 American Ethnologist  
Life Cycle in Global History at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, as well as Mustafa Abdalla, Hansjörg Dilger, Jieun Kim, Nasima Selim, and the Medical Anthropology Group of the Institute of Social  ...  and Cultural Anthropology of the Freie Universität Berlin.  ...  of the refugee crisis, specifically through the lens of Germany.  ... 
doi:10.1111/amet.12259 fatcat:lci7ygfaazfunm4ghzscac7iyi
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