This book combines theories on ethnic conflict, identity construction and discourse analysis with a comprehensive and inclusive survey of the Media Discourse and the Yugoslav Conflicts: Representations of Self and Other.
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In spite of the growing literature on discourse analysis, the relationship of discourse to violent/non-violent outcomes of conflict is an under-researched area. This book combines theories on ethnic c This is either the previous Amazon price or the List Price. Media discourse and the Yugoslav conflicts: Representations of self and other. Article (PDF Available) · January with 41 Reads. Pål Kolstø at University of .
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For example, political scientist Henry E. Hale has convincingly argued that, while the construction of ethnicity is primarily about uncertainty reduction, ethnic politics is largely about increasing life chances, and it would have added to the present volume to consider in greater detail how the media of the various sides presented decisions for or against separatism in terms of increasing life chances for the citizens of their respective nations.
Also, as anthropologist Neil L.
See if you have enough points for this item. Send us a new image. By marrying these two strands, Smith successfully Downloaded from cmc. The analysis mobilizes materials from a survey that covers hallmarks of the crisis from the referendum on independence to the debate on constitutional amendments. Strategic Lessons, Legacy of Yugoslavia.
Whitehead writes in his afterword to Terror and Violence: Media Discourse and the Yugoslav Conflict will no doubt r The authors Purdue University Press, One such case was Schleswig, a bilingual Danish duchy ruled by the king of Denmark, but historically and administratively tied to the German duchy of Holstein. Here the traditional identity was subdued by national movements and the region turned into a diplomatic nightmare that fuelled both German and Danish nationalism.
On the other hand, Thaler clearly sees nationalism and national identity as modern phenomena that destroyed the traditional identity.