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Mass Media Discourse Framing in Russian and British Media (the "Skripal Case")

Student: Mariia Andriianova

Supervisor: Nadezhda Radina

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities (Nizhny Novgorod)

Educational Programme: Political Linguistics (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The dissertation presents a comparative analysis of the framing of mass media discourse in Russian and British media on the example of a media event - an attempt to poison the former nerve agent Sergei Skripal on March 5, 2018. The purpose of this dissertation is to reconstruct the presentation of a news event in the media by the method of frame analysis, as well as to determine whether the media reproduce the main structures of the detective genre in news reports.

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