Framing anti-americanism in turkey: An empirical comparison of domestic and international media
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International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics
Anti-Americanism is a growing tendency among people in Turkey, and the media is one source of this negative sentiment. After the failed military coup attempt in Turkey on 15 July 2016, more than 150 domestic media outlets were shut down, including television channels, daily newspapers, radio stations, news websites, and even social media. Local affiliates of international media companies such as Deutsche Welle Turkish, however, have remained immune to such government interventions to some extent. Considering the difference in the level of independence from Turkish government influence, this study aims to explore how the.
Anti-Americanism, Coup d’état, Havuz media, News framing, Online news, Sentiment analysis, Turkey
Onat, Ismail; Cubukcu, Suat; Demir, Fatih; and Akca, Davut, "Framing anti-americanism in turkey: An empirical comparison of domestic and international media" (2020). NIU Bibliography. 416.
Department of Educational Technology, Research and Assessment (ETRA)