|Títol||The narratives of Charlie Hebdo’s attack A cross-national study of the news coverage|
|Tipus de publicació||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2017|
|Autors||Gómez-Domínguez, P, Candelaria-Rivera, G, Pérez Latorre, Ó, Gómez-Puertas, L|
|Journal||Estudios Sobre el Mensaje Periodístico|
|Paraules clau||Argelia, Charlie Hebdo, content analysis, France, Semiotics, Sweden, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United States of America|
This study proposes an analysis of the front pages in the coverage of the attack on Charlie Hebdo in major newspapers in France, USA, Sweden, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and Algeria. We applied a mixed methodology that combines quantitative/qualitative content analysis, semiotic analysis and frame-inductive analysis. The results show significant differences between countries in terms of formal coverage, presence and distribution of text and image. In addition, we found two great narrative programs. The Algerian, claiming the innocence of the Muslim community and blames Western and Arab political leaders. And the French, with a program alluding to social empowerment and government support to defend freedom of speech. As the general conclusion, the widely shared story was the French’s Western-imposed over the Algerian-Arabic narrative.
|Short Title||Las narrativas del ataque contra Charlie Hebdo. Un estudio de la cobertura periodística internacional|