GLOBUS-WP3-03-migration-discourseanalysis

Bevitori, Cinzia and Zotti, Antonio and Ceccorulli, Michela and D'Amato, Silvia and Lavizzari, Anna and Melegh, Attila and Mendly, Dorottya and Vancsó, Anna and Hunyadi, Màrton and Grønning, Ragnhild (2019) GLOBUS-WP3-03-migration-discourseanalysis. Università di Bologna. DOI 10.6092/unibo/amsacta/6403. [Dataset]
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Abstract

This data set contains data of five European case studies of narratives of migration and their embedded justice claims within the European Union Migration System of Governance (EUMSG), analyzed within the framework of project GLOBUS. The analysis focuses on the way national newspapers have covered and discussed key political events related to European politics and migration dynamics between 2014 and 2018. The results of this analysis have been published in a special issue of The International Spectator (2019, volume 54, issue 3, pp. 1-106). A corpus of several Italian, French, Hungarian, UK and Norwegian newspapers has been examined. For each national case study data were collected from two weeks before to one week after three key political events between January 2014 – January 2018: • the 2014 European Parliament elections (22-25 May 2014); • the EU-Turkey Statement/agreement/deal (18 March 2016); • a key ‘national moment’ related to migration within the designated timespan: - the end of the Italian Mare Nostrum operation in the Mediterranean, 21 - 28 November 2016 (Italy); - the French 2017 national elections, 9 - 30 April 2017 (France); - the Hungarian “quota referendum”, 17 September - 8 October 2016 (Hungary); - the “Brexit” referendum, 20 - 26 June 2016 (UK); - the “Storskog event”, 16 -30 November 2015 (Norway). Moreover, data from a non-politically relevant period (“eventless”) were collected to be used as a control and to compare narratives of migration and their (potential) politicisation across different contexts.

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CreatorsAffiliationORCID
Bevitori, CinziaUniversity of Bologna0000-0002-1288-4371
Zotti, AntonioCatholic University of the Sacred Hearth Milan
Ceccorulli, MichelaUniversity of Bologna0000-0003-4414-2986
D'Amato, SilviaEuropean University Institute0000-0001-8962-5987
Lavizzari, AnnaScuola Normale Superiore0000-0001-7437-4142
Melegh, AttilaCorvinus University of Budapest
Mendly, DorottyaCorvinus University of Budapest
Vancsó, AnnaCorvinus University of Budapest
Hunyadi, MàrtonCorvinus University of Budapest
Grønning, RagnhildARENA Centre for European Studies
Keywords
GLOBUS, migration, narratives, Europe, EUMSG, content analysis, discourse analysis, global justice
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NameAffiliationORCIDType
Lucarelli, SoniaUniversity of BolognaContact person
Kiss, AndrásCorvinus University of BudapestData collector
Nagy, ÁkosCorvinus University of BudapestData collector
Deposit date
17 Jun 2020 14:20
Last modified
17 Jun 2020 14:20
Project name
GLOBUS - Reconsidering European Contributions to Global Justice
Funding program
EC - H2020
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