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Title Australian press constructions of the 2002 Bali bombing: differing imaginings of the nation and its place in the world
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Discipline/Department School of Communication and Arts
University/Publisher University of Queensland
Subjects/Keywords Australian print journalism; Textual analysis; Bali bombing; Discourse; Nation; Tabloid; Broadsheet; 2001 Communication and Media Studies
Language en
Country of Publication au
Record ID oai:espace.library.uq.edu.au:UQ:356725
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Date Indexed 2020-08-18

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…viii Keywords Australian print journalism, textual analysis, Bali bombing, discourse, nation, tabloid, broadsheet Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classifications (ANZSRC) ANZSRC code: 200104, Media Studies, 100% Fields of…

…Australian covers the bombing 127 Chapter 6: Conclusions 160 Bibliography 171 Appendix 1: Table 2: Content analysis of news, features and images on the Bali bombing, the Daily Telegraph, the Sydney Morning Herald and the Australian 14-19 October 2002…

…185 LIST OF TABLES Table 1: Content analysis of news, features and images on the Bali bombing, the Daily Telegraph and the Sydney Morning Herald, 14-19 October 2002 23 Table 2: Content analysis of news, features and images on the Bali bombing, the…

…Daily Telegraph, the Sydney Morning Herald and the Australian 14-19 October 2002 185 CHAPTER 1: PARAMETERS, CONCEPTS AND METHODOLOGY 1. Orientation This study undertakes a detailed textual analysis of the coverage of the 2002 Bali bombing in three…

…Australian newspapers: the Sydney tabloid Daily Telegraph, the broadsheet Sydney Morning Herald and the national broadsheet, the Australian. The central research questions are: how do the three newspapers construct the 2002 Bali bombing; and how does their…

…item treating the Bali bombing, except for Letters to the Editor, which are not systematically covered for reasons of space. This textual evidence comprises 1218 news items, features and images, plus scores of editorials and opinion pieces in the first…

…tabloid/broadsheet binary. Indeed, some aspects of the Australian suggest a greater investment in certain tabloid tendencies than might be expected. Why this event? More Australians were killed in the Bali bombing than on any one day outside war, more…

…of the Bali bombing – and indeed the reader and the text – as national. Secondly, the unitary, idealised constructions of national unity may well not be supported by empirical evidence about national populations. In Philip Schlesinger‟s words…

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