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Mapping International Geopolitical Agenda. Continuing National Conceptions of the Emerging European Crisis

Abstract : This study proposes a geopolitical analysis of opinion dynamics based on a statistical exploration of a press dataset covering 2014–2019. This exploration questions three case studies of geopolitical and international interest: international migration, political borders, and pandemics. Through the framework of geopolitical agenda , the aim of this study is to question the “crisis” status of changes in the media coverage of the three topics in a cross-analysis and multilingual analysis of 20 western European newspapers. It concludes that there is a prevalence of national agendas.
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Claude Grasland, Etienne Toureille, Romain Leconte, Marta Severo. Mapping International Geopolitical Agenda. Continuing National Conceptions of the Emerging European Crisis. Frontiers in Big Data, Frontiers, 2021, 4, ⟨10.3389/fdata.2021.718809⟩. ⟨halshs-03506950⟩

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