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A Refugee Crisis Without Refugees: Policy and media discourse on refugees in the Czech Republic and its implications

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Along with other Central and Eastern European counties, Czechia has invested significant effort in deterring refugees from entering the country during the ‘refugee crisis’. This article sheds light on the role of the media in legitimising anti-refugee policies by analysing the politicised discourse on refugees in 900 articles published in Czech newspapers between 2014 and 2016. The findings indicate that refugees were depicted as a security threat and an administrative burden partly imposed by the European Union. The article discusses the policy implications of depicting refugees in this way and thus broadens the literature on European narratives during the refugee emergency in Europe.

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Response of Central European Civil Security Systems to the Economic Crisis

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Providing Public Sport Facilities in Post-Socialist Times: The Case of the Czech Republic

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Who are the officials in the central administration of the Czech Republic and what activities do they perform?

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Policy Entrepreneurship and Policy Transfer: Flood Risk Governance in Northern Sweden

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Policy, learning and regime change: Western concepts and CEE experience

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Dropout Policy in Czech Higher Education: Can Universities Serve Several Masters?

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Policy Effects on the Quality of Public Health Care: Evaluating Portuguese Public Hospitals’ Quality through Customers’ Views

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Evaluation of the Impact of the EU Structural Support on the Competitiveness of Lithuanian Economics

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