Network Analysis and Frame Analysis on the Sensationalism of News Coverage according to the Influence of News Production Environment : based on the #metoo movement of celebrity

뉴스생산 환경에 따른 방송 보도의 선정성 네트워크 분석·프레임 분석 : 유명인에 대한 미투운동 사례를 중심으로

  • 홍주현 (국민대학교 언론정보학부)
  • Received : 2018.05.28
  • Accepted : 2018.07.11
  • Published : 2018.07.28


This study explored news coverage on the sex crimes and analyzed news by network analysis and frame analysis based on the layered model to compare news coverage on the celebrity. As a result, in case of celebrity the broadcasting focused more and the tone of news is more sensational. The news in ground wave broadcasting more detailed on the sex crimes. It blamed the An, the governor of Chungnam more and the news is more sensational by interviewing marginal man. In #Metoo case, broadcasting news focused on the offender. The title of case name and the headline are framed based on the offender. Especially consensual relationship frame is dominated in the sex crime news. This study also can see the offender blaming frame and in the viewpoint of agenda-setting. It is difficult to find the cause of #Metoo movement and the structural approach on the case. This study highlighted the importance of layed model when analyzing the sex-crime news related with #Metoo movement.


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