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Online Comments as a Tool of Intercultural (Russian–Czech) “Anti-Dialog”

& Ratsiburskaya 2011 ; Yevstaf’yeva 2009 ). The aims of this study were to 1) provide a critical linguistic analysis of Russian readers’ comments made on Czech analytic journalism on sociopolitical topics published in Russian translation at; 2) analyze the verbal positions of regular Russian readers of political journalism on the opinions of the Czech public regarding contemporary Russia and consequently on Czechs and the Czech Republic in general; 3) identify the main stereotypical motives that serve as the basis for the commenters’ arguments and that are

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Migration Discourse in Slovak Politics. Context and Content of Migration in Political Discourse: European Values versus Campaign Rhetoric

-refugee approach ( Berry et al. 2015 , 29–49). There are, of course, more examples for this phenomenon that the right-leaning media such as Italian Il Giornale , German Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung , Czech Mladá fronta Dnes , or the Polish Rzeczpospolita are using for the negative coverage of migration, especially in connection with the domestic consequences. On the other side are the left-leaning newspapers, such as German die Tageszeitung or Italian La Repubblica , which carry a more pro-refugee coverage (European Journalism Observatory [EJO] 2015 ). Unfortunately

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US–Kenya Economic Relations under Obama and Their Image in the Kenyan News Discourse

, “the main media houses made a concerted effort to promote responsible journalism” and to achieve “quantitative impartiality” with a balanced coverage between the three main candidates ( Rambaud 2008 , 57-58, 77). This confirms that journalism of The Daily Nation complies with the NMG editorial policy. US Narrative The US narrative on the principles of its cooperation with Africa can be best derived from the quotations and writings of key US representatives. In August 2012, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited nine African countries, including Kenya

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The Transformation of the Crimean Tatars’ Institutions and Discourses After 2014

group of lawyers, consisting of those who lived in the Crimea before annexation and managed to obtain Russian legal certificates after it and those who came to Crimea from Russia particularly to defend victims of Russian persecution. The last are people with different ethnic and religious backgrounds. All of them handle cases of detained and arrested Crimean Tatars, represent them in courts, file appeals, etc. Another activity of the organization is civil journalism. Its representatives are constantly present at searches and arrests of the Crimean Tatars. A rapid

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