As part of a special issue of the Media, War and Conflict journal, the War and Media network are looking for papers that assess framing as a method for analysing contemporary war coverage.
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This issue aims to explore the strengths and weaknesses of framing and how it has been redefined and modified over the years.

According to the journal’s website: “We seek to bring together articles which exemplify and/or assess the range of ways in which framing analysis has been deployed, including more challenging or novel applications such as visual framing, online news or social media.”

Contributors may want to focus topics such as: Big data and framing analysis, framing and audience research, quantitative and qualitative dimensions of framing analysis, institutionalised frames and professional routines, amongst others suggested on the journal’s CfP website. `

Full articles must be submitted by 1 October 2017. Full details about the CfP can be found via the link below.

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