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How did domestic and foreign press represent the 2013 protests in Turkey? What was the role of social media and what lessons can we draw or learn from media, narratives and failures?

How did domestic and foreign press represent the 2013 protests in Turkey? What was the role of social media and what lessons can we draw or learn from media, narratives and failures?

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LSE Summer School: Turkey 2013 protests LSE Summer School: Turkey 2013 protests Presentation Transcript

  • Esra Doğramacı @esrad on Media & (mis)representation Turkey: 2013 protests
  • What is happening in Turkey?
  • versus
  • Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-22859959
  • Turkish Media Failure Source: https://twitter.com/aycanarslan/status/342021804140924928/photo/1
  • Turkish Media Failure
  • Foreign Media Failure
  • Foreign Media Failure
  • …social media enters
  • What is news media? 1. Reporting = facts 2. Journalism = context 3. Analysis = (meaning) Otherwise its ‘news requiring least effort’
  • 1. Beware of emotive language 2. Quantify (numbers) v. descriptions 3. Look at both sides Lessons Via @FatmaKilicaslan Via @BusraAkin
  • @EsraD http://about.me/EsraD http://www.slideshare.net/EsraD/