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Securitization as a theory of media effects: the contest over the framing of political violence
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
threats to a state's physical or cultural survival. The dissertation offers a two-stage model, in which securitization is first examined as an effect in news media accounts and then tested in an experiment as an effect of media accounts. A content analysis...
What changes in media risk frames reveal about changing attitudes toward modern life: the case of the Greek Press, 1977-2004
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
and the future through the prism of vulnerability and risk. These sociologists see this predisposition as constituting a new global paradigm of understanding society and social experience, which they sum up with phrases like "world risk society" (Beck...