State News Agency Frames on Terrorist Attack : Study in TVNZ New Zealand and news.lk Sri Lanka

Mediator: Jurnal Komunikasi

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Title State News Agency Frames on Terrorist Attack : Study in TVNZ New Zealand and news.lk Sri Lanka
 
Creator Prastya, Narayana Mahendra
Dewi, Mutia
 
Subject communication; journalism
frame analysis, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, state news agency, terrorism news
 
Description Many of the global mass media tend to deliver a particular news frame in a terrorism case, especially linkage terrorism with certain religions, races, at so on. The global mass media is influenced by Western media. The news frame will be different from the news agency level. This article aims to discuss news frame by the national news agencies in New Zealand (TVNZ) and Sri Lanka (news. lk) in a terrorism case, using the Robert N. Entman frame model. The result shows TVNZ defines the problem as an unprecedented action and creates a dark history in the country, the cause of the problem is terrorists from outside New Zealand, moral judgments in the form of evidence that New Zealand society remains united, the victims are also part of the New Zealand family regardless of their background, so the recommended resolution of the problem is that the government guarantees the safety of Muslim communities. Differently, news.lk defines the problem as the motive of the attack as revenge with religious sentiment. Meanwhile, the security forces are not aware of the threat, that define the cause of the problem as the perpetrator is an organized group and an indication of religious sentiment. This media makes moral judgments by revealing the fact that Muslims not guilty, the government facilitates representatives of the religious community in Sri Lanka to express their opinions to find solutions for reconciliation and maintaining peace. The recommended resolution is that the government is ready to fight terrorism without foreign intervention, improve the performance of the security forces, and reveal the active role of the different Sri Lankan people's ethnicity and religion.
 
Publisher Pusat Penerbitan Universitas (P2U) LPPM Unisba
 
Contributor Fakultas Psikologi dan Ilmu Sosial Budaya, Universitas Islam Indonesia
 
Date 2020-12-26
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

analisis isi kualitatif; framing
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://ejournal.unisba.ac.id/index.php/mediator/article/view/6385
10.29313/mediator.v13i2.6385
 
Source Mediator: Jurnal Komunikasi; Vol 13, No 2 (2020): (Accredited Sinta 3); 191-202
MediaTor (Jurnal Komunikasi); Vol 13, No 2 (2020): (Accredited Sinta 3); 191-202
2581-0758
1411-5883
10.29313/mediator.v13i2
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://ejournal.unisba.ac.id/index.php/mediator/article/view/6385/pdf
https://ejournal.unisba.ac.id/index.php/mediator/article/downloadSuppFile/6385/1293
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Mediator: Jurnal Komunikasi
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