Framing International Crisis in Journalism

IAMCR 2021 Online Conference is now over. The full papers presented in this online conference paper panel are no longer accessible. You can see the original abstracts of the papers submitted for presentation in the abstract books.

The global perspectives of the papers in this
section examine how the press frames crises in newspaper and
television journalism as well as in online contexts.

Framing International Crisis in Journalism
Chair:
Sadia
Jamil
Department of Humanities & Social Sciences,Khalifa university of Sciences & Technology
Chair:
Abiodun
Salawu
North-West University
1126
A Corpus-Based Comparison between Disaster Reports on COVID-19 Epidemic in China and U.S. by Third Party Media: Taking the Guardian Reports During First Year after Wuhan Lockdown as an Example
Jiayin
Xu
Beijing Foreign Studies University
Jiru
Zeng
Beijing Foreign Studies University
Xueyan
Li
Beijing Foreign Studies University
Xilei
Liu
Beijing Foreign Studies University
Xiaoyi
Zhu
Beijing Foreign Studies University
76
Emotional Frames: How Did COVID-19 Framing in Emirati Instagram News Accounts Impact Audiences?
Muna
Alsuwaidi
Zayed University
Azmat
Rasul
Zayed University
1757
Who gets to speak? Sources in Covid-19 News Coverage by Kenyan and Zimbabwean Press
Dinfin
Mulupi
University of Maryland, College Park
Danford
Zirugo
University of Minnesota, USA
1899
A frame analysis of retransmitted international reports by local media——A case study of Global Times
Yiming
Yuan
Communication University of China