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Ukrainian refugees in Polish press (07.2022)

Author(s)
Natalia Zawadzka-Paluektau
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1177/17504813221111636
Type of publication
Article / Artikel / Artykuł
Abstract

The paper examines the representations of Ukrainian refugees in Polish press at the beginning of the 2022 Russian invasion. Using corpus linguistics methods (namely, collocation analysis) it shows that the displaced Ukrainians were mostly referred to as (war) refugees and discussed with respect to their movement and reception in Poland. The study contrasts the construal of Ukrainian refugees in media outlets with different ideological and business aims. The findings are also discussed with respect to how European media tend to cover immigration from other regions, notably the Middle East and North Africa, and how these two types of migration become linked in the analysed news reports. Altogether, while pointing to a potential of the media to shape positive attitudes towards refugees, as attested by their coverage of Ukrainians, the study also highlights the extent to which racism is likely to determine the construal of different groups of migrants.

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Disciplines
Communication studies International relations Media studies Other
Topics
Central and Eastern Europe Migration Russia-Ukraine war War in media
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