Evénement international, agenda médiatique et vision du monde : que peuvent nous apprendre les flux RSS des grands médias de presse internationale ?

Abstract : The research project Geomedia (ANR Corpus, 2013-2015) proposes to collect and to analyse a sample of about hundred international RSS feeds produced by newspapers in English and French languages. The central hypothesis of this project is the fact that media are not producing identical visions of the World and more precisely of international relations between states. Similarities or differences between media can be revealed by (1) the comparison of the importance allotted to the same international events, (2) the comparison of time variations in the reporting of events, (3) the comparison of spatial variations in the distribution of countries mentioned and associated in the same news. The central difficulty of the project is to propose objective quantitative measures making it possible to benchmark the focus of media on the different countries of the World. This paper tries to identify conceptual and methodological difficulties through the examination of RSS feeds sent by 4 newspapers over a 18 months period.
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Arnaud Brennetot, Timothée Giraud, Claude Grasland, Robin Lamarche-Perrin, Hélène Mathian, et al.. Evénement international, agenda médiatique et vision du monde : que peuvent nous apprendre les flux RSS des grands médias de presse internationale ?. CIST2014 - Fronts et frontières des sciences du territoire, Collège international des sciences du territoire (CIST), Mar 2014, Paris, France. pp.60-70. ⟨hal-01353446⟩

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