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Getting invasive species on the political agenda: agenda setting and policy formulation in the case of ash dieback in the UK

Heather Mackay, E. Carina H. Keskitalo, Maria Pettersson
2017 Biological Invasions  
Representing one example of media framing, the study analyses one British newspaper's coverage of the disease and the response strategies (the Daily Telegraph).  ...  Comparisons are made between how the scientific community framed the ash dieback threat and the resulting response strategy and how both the media and the British government framed the problem.  ...  Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (http:// creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10530-017-1415-3 fatcat:fzzrjndnpjbp3etvisnit2movm

Popularization of Science in Brazil: getting onto the public agenda, but how?

Márcia Tait Lima, Ednalva Felix das Neves, Renato Dagnino
2008 JCOM: Journal of Science Communication  
the public agenda and the related public policies undertaken.  ...  In order to do so, theoretical references from Public Policy Analysis, the Studies of Science, Technology and Society (SSTS), and Public Communication of Science are used.  ...  used in association with the so-called scientific knowledge deficit model and the idea of scientific illiteracy.  ... 
doi:10.22323/2.07040202 fatcat:njqu723ijjgv5mqque4rfwbrla

Fucking right-wing: MBL's personal frames and ultraliberal agenda

João Guilherme Bastos Dos Santos, Viktor Chagas
2018 Figshare  
The first one tried to measure whether the content made any reference to a specific meme, Fucking right-wing meme character or soundbite.  ...  The variable (II) sought to measure whether the content stimulates a positive agenda emphasizing individual self-determination and a political agenda that favors the individual and civil society over the  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7531556 fatcat:lqksiurtdfa2fb5xtnn27ryaou

Print Media Role in Promotion of Human Rights in Pakistan

Irem Sultana, Rao Shahid Mahmood Khan, Ifra Iftikhar
2020 Global Sociological Review  
The current study is an exploratory study of Pakistan's print media to understand its role in the promotion of Human rights as their promotion is the basic duty of every state as per the United Nations  ...  Pakistani press is not conscious about the United Nations Agenda of "Promotion of Human Rights is the responsibility of the states" and publishes the news about incidents objectively.  ...  Agenda setting theory laid emphasis on those topics which need long discussions.  ... 
doi:10.31703/gsr.2020(v-iv).02 fatcat:fhdkyjh7cjgcbgov7zjcju6zb4

Radical right populism

Jasper Muis, Tim Immerzeel
2016 Sociopedia  
This article reviews three strands in the scholarship on the populist radical right (PRR) in Western Europe. It first assesses political opportunity explanations for the fortunes of the PRR.  ...  The review concludes with future directions for theorizing and research. keywords anti-immigration parties/movements ◆ far right ◆ populism ◆ radical right  ...  The movement hereby relied heavily on social media to get its message across and recruit supporters (Busher, 2013) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/2056846016121 fatcat:lfept3hvhnfa7jxjcpy6k3szjm

Trend towards extreme right-wing populism on Twitter. An analysis of the influence on leaders, media and users

Concha Pérez-Curiel
2020 Communication & Society  
The initial results evince a strategic use of online tools, with a media and public response that reproduces the populist discourse of the far-right, to the point of making it go viral.  ...  The main objective is to know the impact that this communication model has on both digital users and the media, particularly in electoral processes.  ...  agenda to its media counterpart.  ... 
doi:10.15581/003.33.2.175-192 fatcat:xlombgda2nac3c2f73szglvm4e

Human Rights Video in Journalism [chapter]

2021 Seeing Human Rights  
As Daly put it, "We often depend on journalists to get our work out to policy makers." 33 Daniel Eyre, a former researcher at Amnesty, stated, "At times, the media can be a very useful tool for getting  ...  quick to recognize what gets news media attention.  ... 
doi:10.7551/mitpress/12244.003.0006 fatcat:drgcuef7tffwln2nmqgzea5r44

Boundary Work: Intermedia Agenda-Setting Between Right-Wing Alternative Media and Professional Journalism

Silje Nygaard
2020 Journalism Studies  
Scholars have described the process of intermedia agenda-setting as an instrument used to uphold news norms within the journalistic community.  ...  Through a quantitative content analysis (n = 878), this study examines and compares intermedia agenda-setting between right-wing alternative media outlets and mainstream online newspapers in the Scandinavian  ...  Still, no research has been conducted on the topic of right-wing alternative media outlets in Scandinavian countries.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1461670x.2020.1722731 fatcat:arpmxysdanf4jgxx2vjhislfju

A Global Research Agenda for Children's Rights in the Digital Age

Sonia Livingstone, Monica Bulger
2014 Journal of Children and Media  
Abstract Taking the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) as a starting point for evidencebased policy regarding children's rights in the digital age, we offer a global research agenda designed  ...  the balance between risk and opportunities, especially to allow for children's participation even in risky opportunities, (iv) the framing of the research agenda (in terms of concepts, design, measures  ...  Acknowledgements The authors were commissioned by UNICEF's Office of Research to scope the possibilities for widening the research to encompass developing countries.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17482798.2014.961496 fatcat:eolxjowrq5dtjfoljcybscsl4m

WeThe15, Leveraging Sport to Advance Disability Rights and Sustainable Development

Catherine Carty, Daniel Mont, Daniel Sebastian Restrepo, Juan Pablo Salazar
2021 Sustainability  
Results found considerable use of inspiration porn and non-inclusive language across media outlets. The US media led in raising awareness and promoting a cultural shift.  ...  Researchers conducted analyses of mainstream media coverage across the US, UK, Latin America, and the Caribbean (LAC) of the 2016 Summer Paralympics.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. Disclaimer: The views expressed in this paper are those of the authors and not the official position of IPC or WeThe15.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su132111738 fatcat:fs4ih5z4szawnmg6owq5oje744

From Rights to Reality: Of Crisis, Coalitions, and the Challenge of Implementing Disability Rights in Portugal

Paula Campos Pinto
2017 Social Policy and Society  
Applying a political economy lens, this article examines the impact of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), within a political context marked by crisis and austerity.  ...  This article addresses these questions and discusses the challenges of implementing disability rights in times of 'enduring' austerity.  ...  Until then a largely ignored topic, disability issues raised significantly in the media agenda and the public opinion.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1474746417000380 fatcat:ajj5regelzeq3jvmpdieg74fa4

A Human Rights Agenda for the Biden Administration

Sarah H. Cleveland
2021 AJIL Unbound  
None can be adequately addressed without a robust U.S. human rights agenda.  ...  All of the other topics addressed in this symposium—climate, health, elections, migration, structural racism, and trade—implicate human rights.  ...  FIRST (2020). 7 Rupa Shenoy, At the UN Review of US Human Rights, the Trump Administration Gets an Earful, WORLD (Nov. 17, 2020).8 Keith Harper & Stephen Pomper, On the U.N.  ... 
doi:10.1017/aju.2020.88 fatcat:puqjv7o7vvhodogwbu2esoxzie

Public Libraries and Human Rights

Kathleen de la Peña McCook, Katharine J. Phenix
2006 Public Library Quarterly  
Public libraries have never "induced" people to learn in-depth about the questions on our public agenda, in the word the Boston trustees used.  ...  the Baltimore County model during the 1990s (Baltimore, 1992).  ... 
doi:10.1300/j118v25n01_05 fatcat:cnnwodvkgnhatmhvbtlh2gxovu

Women's Rights in Human Rights Systems: Past, Present and Future

N Pillay
2011 Law Democracy & Development  
I am delighted to give the Dullah Omar Memorial Lecture on the topic 'The Agenda for the Promotion of the Rights of Women in the Next Decade'.  ...  The media constitute a powerful force that can also be used for social justice, and that is where I think we should focus.  ... 
doi:10.4314/ldd.v13i2.66853 fatcat:xd6uiutanna57mloa4bqwn437y

Human Rights and South-South Development Cooperation: Reflections on the "Rising Powers" as International Development Actors

Emma Mawdsley
2014 Human Rights Quarterly  
This article concerns the potential roles and impacts of Southern states on human rights in their roles as donors and development partners.  ...  Foreign aid and development assistance have long been prime sites in the negotiation and projection of human rights internationally, but this has overwhelmingly centered on the Western-dominated development  ...  a better measure of what lies at the very core of the notion of human rights. 16 Eric Neumayer uses the Purdue Political Terror Scales (one derived from Amnesty International and the other from the  ... 
doi:10.1353/hrq.2014.0044 fatcat:jtvuswav6fhabjaevjwy3vqbyq
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