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`Others` as Mimesis and `Multiculturalism` as Diegesis: Focus on the Visual Discourses of Migrants Represented on Terrestrial Broadcasting News
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`Others` as Mimesis and `Multiculturalism` as Diegesis: Focus on the Visual Discourses of Migrants Represented on Terrestrial Broadcasting News
Joo, Jaewon;
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 Abstract
The starting point of this study is an examination of the vital role of terrestrial broadcasting in Korean society, where ethnic minorities have increasingly become visible. Korean terrestrial broadcasters` mandate emphasises the broadcaster`s responsibility to represent and reflect the range of public opinion and experiences beyond class, age, ethnicity and ideological orientation. The main purpose of this study is to visually examine the means through which terrestrial broadcasting generates discourses of We-ness and Otherness at times of change in the Korean society. The study focuses on prime-time broadcasting news programmes` visual representations of migrants and ethnic minorities.
 Keywords
Television News;Terrestrial Broadcasting;Cultural Diversity;Representation;Migrant;
 Language
English
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