La costruzione dell’identità nelle pratiche giornalistiche: il caso dei rifugiati

Valentina Boschian Bailo (Università di Udine)

Abstract

Questo articolo si propone di analizzare il processo di costruzione dell’identità nelle pratiche giornalistiche. Prendendo inconsiderazione una selezione di articoli tratti da due siti web di famosi media in lingua inglese, BBC e CNN, si analizzano le rappresentazioni dei rifugiati in cammino lungo la Rotta Balcanica. L’articolo paragona le rappresentazioni proposte daidue canali allo scopo di individuare come vengano proposti al pubblico le figure dei rifugiati nel mondo occidentale oggi.L’analisi verte sul concetto di identità e sulla sua espressione linguistica in ambito giornalistico

DOI: 10.17456/SIMPLE-81

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