Nicaragua, the Peace Process, and Television News: A Study of U.S. and Canadian Coverage in Three Languages

Barry D. Adam

Abstract


Abstract:
Examined is the TV news coverage of the Central American peace process on six national news networks in the U.S. and Canada broadcasting in English, French, and Spanish. Textual analysis reveals how discursive boundaries in news presentation vary by nation and language.


Résumé:
Cet article étudie l'ensemble de l'information sur le plan de paix en Amérique centrale sur les chaînes nationales de télévision au Canada et aux États-Unis, en anglais, français et espagnol. Une analyse textuelle fait voir la manière dans laquelle les limites discursives varient selon la nation et la langue.

Keywords


Television/Nicaragua; Textual analysis

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22230/cjc.1991v16n1a580

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