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Media Representations of Separated Child Migrants
Migration and Society
This article analyzes coverage of separated child migrants in three British tabloids between the introduction of the Dubs Amendment, which committed to relocating unaccompanied minors to the UK, and the demolition of the unofficial refugee camp in Calais. This camp has been a key symbol of Europe's "migration crisis" and the subject of significant media attention in which unaccompanied children feature prominently. By considering the changes in tabloid coverage over this time period, thisdoi:10.3167/arms.2018.010107 fatcat:itan6lidxvcmdpofqil4cfhlle