Framing violent conflicts on the official Amnesty International Facebook page

Alicja Jeziorska

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The article's main purpose is to show how the News Framing Theory operates within the news about violent conflicts presented by the journalists working for the Amnesty International organization. It tries to identify frames used by journalists by analyzing some posts that appeared on the official Facebook page of the organization. It attempts to show the function and significant role of frames used to present the news.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17380/rr2015.2.5

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