Comparison of Turkish and American media with Trump's discriminatory rhetoric in the context of news framing


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KESGİN Y. , Mutlu E.

XIV. European Conference on Social andBehavioral Sciences Odessa, Ukraine, Odessa, Ukraine, 23 - 26 August 2017, pp.90

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Summary Text
  • City: Odessa
  • Country: Ukraine
  • Page Numbers: pp.90

Abstract

Comparison of Turkish and American media with Trump's discriminatory rhetoric in the context of news framing

At the heart of the United States is the philosophy of an organization of immigrants. Everyone, including both the white people and the ones who took place in the foundation of USA are immigrants yet none of the states do not want to have immigrants or refugees and do not want to share the limited resources. 16.3% of the USA is composed of Hispanics, 12.2% of it is composed of black people and 4.7% of it is composed of Asian immigrants. Due to this diversity the USA has to pursue policies that do not take place other comities. Hollywood TV sector also has such policies and diversity is given prominence. But, racism takes place where diversity exists, and this is a big problem for the USA. While struggle with this problem the American Media Companies also make anti-racist policies and pronounce their discourses in this way. And this can be even the USA president who pronounces this discourse. This article examines the way racist discourses of Trump, the USA president, take place in the USA press within the context of antiracism policies and also discusses whether the same news keeps the anti-racism context in Turkish media. 3 USA press organizations in which Trump’s discourses about Muslims, Mexicans and the women before the USA elections have been reported as news and 3 important Turkish presses are evaluated, and they are analyzed with the discourse analysis of Fairclough.

Keywords: Trump, Anti Racism, Media Politics, American Media Companies