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This is who You are

Fog, Lina LU (2012) EUHR18 20121
European Studies
Abstract (Swedish)
Printed media is a source of information widely available in society. In Denmark, hoarse political attitudes toward immigration created a climate of hostility which at the same time is reflected in the printed media, not only as a communication of what politicians say and do, but as a tone , perspective and angle when reporting. This culminated in 2005 with the publication of 12 cartoons criticizing Islam.
I argue that there is a collective conscience being created constantly through printed media which can be shown in the case study of Jyllands-Posten as it carves an image of the immigrant disseminated in Danish society. Furthermore, there is a difference in the process of the depiction of the immigrant before the Cartoon Crisis which... (More)
Printed media is a source of information widely available in society. In Denmark, hoarse political attitudes toward immigration created a climate of hostility which at the same time is reflected in the printed media, not only as a communication of what politicians say and do, but as a tone , perspective and angle when reporting. This culminated in 2005 with the publication of 12 cartoons criticizing Islam.
I argue that there is a collective conscience being created constantly through printed media which can be shown in the case study of Jyllands-Posten as it carves an image of the immigrant disseminated in Danish society. Furthermore, there is a difference in the process of the depiction of the immigrant before the Cartoon Crisis which reflects
the tension towards them and after the crisis with a less stressful approach, turning ‘the immigrant’ into which is friendlier actor in Danish society in 2006. (Less)
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author
Fog, Lina LU
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organization
course
EUHR18 20121
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
collective memory, identity, Jyllands-Posten, Cartoon crisis, social imaginary, printed media
language
English
id
3173582
date added to LUP
2013-03-06 13:17:20
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2015-12-14 13:23:22
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  abstract     = {Printed media is a source of information widely available in society. In Denmark, hoarse political attitudes toward immigration created a climate of hostility which at the same time is reflected in the printed media, not only as a communication of what politicians say and do, but as a tone , perspective and angle when reporting. This culminated in 2005 with the publication of 12 cartoons criticizing Islam.
I argue that there is a collective conscience being created constantly through printed media which can be shown in the case study of Jyllands-Posten as it carves an image of the immigrant disseminated in Danish society. Furthermore, there is a difference in the process of the depiction of the immigrant before the Cartoon Crisis which reflects
the tension towards them and after the crisis with a less stressful approach, turning ‘the immigrant’ into which is friendlier actor in Danish society in 2006.},
  author       = {Fog, Lina},
  keyword      = {collective memory,identity,Jyllands-Posten,Cartoon crisis,social imaginary,printed media},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {This is who You are},
  year         = {2012},
}