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Polarization through Religious Driven-issues in the Dutch Mass Media: A Critical Discourse Perspective
Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Recent Innovations
This study examines two mass media coverage in the Netherlands about the polarization through religious driven-issues. The purpose of this study is to explain the textual strategies and discursive strategies used by Dutch media dutchnews.nl and nltimes.nl between the range of December 1, 2016, to March 15, 2017, prior to parliamentary elections. The research data was collected through the reading-record technique with a qualitative descriptive approach using van Dijk's critical paradigm. Thedoi:10.5220/0009913106080613 fatcat:x4o5j4k4g5bh5c7vbezjc275x4