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Pregled bibliografske jedinice broj: 236731

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Autori: Turković, Hrvoje
Naslov: Controlling National Attitudes: War and Peace in Croatian TV News
Knjiga: Bosnia by Television
Urednik/ci: Gow, J., Paterson, R., Preston, A.
Izdavač: British Film Institute
Grad: London
Godina: 1996
Raspon stranica:: 71-80
ISBN: 0-85170-612-6
Ključne riječi: television news, war, propaganda, national attitudes
Sažetak:
With the beginning of the war in Croatia, there were some visible changes in the news discourse of Croatian Television (Hrvatska radio televizija) - the only nationwide, state controlled, network in Croatia. The two most prominent new traits were: the thematic change (the predominance of the war related reports) and the presence of overt propaganda rhetorics. After the analysis of the structure of war news in comparison with the peace issue, the author concludes that the impartiality norm that is a ‘ prototype norm’ for the peace news is taken over by the 'partiality norm'. The partiality norm, as described, in fact contributes toward the homogenization of public attitude. And although this homogenization is very useful for the governing elite, and they will do what they can to aid and control the process, the process itself seems to be caused by the spontaneous social strategiy for handling a crisis, and not by the propaganda manipulation alone.
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Sociologija,Psihologija



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