This special issue of Media, War and Conflict is calling for papers. “Framing War & Conflict” aims to assess the strengths and weaknesses of framing as a method for analysing contemporary war coverage, and to clarify how and why the method has been refined and modified over the years.
We seek to bring together articles which exemplify and/or assess the range of ways in which framing analysis has been deployed, including more challenging or novel applications such as visual framing, online news or social media. Possible topics might include, but are not limited to:
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- Big Data and framing analysis
- frames vs. scripts
- framing analysis and social media
- framing and audience research
- institutionalised frames and professional routines
- linguistic and cultural differences in news framing
- political power and framing research
- quantitative and qualitative dimensions of framing analysis
- subjectivity in framing research
- textual framing and contextual meaning
Full articles should be submitted by 1 October 2017. Longer articles should be approximately 7,000 words and shorter articles 5,000 words. All articles should be accompanied by an abstract of 150 words and up to 6 keywords.
See the full CFP at the War and Media website. Also visit the journal website.