Producing Knowledge about Eastern Europe in times of War: The case of Dutch Media and the Second Karabakh War

Agha Bayramov*

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Abstract

This article evaluates the presence of framing mechanisms in Dutch media reporting on the Second Karabakh war. The paper is led by the following questions: To what extent, and why, does the reporting of the Dutch press favour/undermine certain actors in the conflict? What kind of framing patterns are involved in generating such partiality? And did the frames change over the course of the war? In order to evaluate the presence of framing mechanisms in Dutch media reporting on the second Karabakh war, this research conducted a qualitative data analysis of 188 articles on the topic in nine major national Dutch news media. The paper finds that Dutch newspapers created a rather stereotypical, simplified picture of the Second Karabakh war. There are instances where the reporting gave the impression of a possible bias or overemphasis on certain dimensions.
Original languageEnglish
JournalEuropean Security
Early online date18-Aug-2022
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Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 18-Aug-2022

Keywords

  • Karabakh
  • Azerbaijan
  • Armenia
  • Dutch News
  • framing analysis

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