Front-Page Scotland

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Front-Page Scotland

Front-Page Scotland

  • Author : David Patrick
  • ISBN Code : 1000474933
  • Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Number of Pages : 144
  • Publish Date : 2021-08-30

This book provides a varied, thorough and informative analysis of how newspapers covered the 2014 Scottish independence referendum in its critical final months. Providing a wealth of new empirical findings, the book engages with the key themes and issues which emerge from within the discourses themselves. Among the main observations are: the marginalisation of women, both as subjects and producers of the news; the late emergence of the London-based media to take the vote entirely seriously; the often myopic focus on Alex Salmond; and the framing of the debate through contrasting narratives of positive democratic engagement and societal division within Scotland. The book will be the first point of contact for readers interested in the subject, providing an overview which is meticulously researched, authoritative and engaging, and offering broader insights in the areas of journalism, political communication and media studies.

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