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2018, vol. 13, br. 44, str. 57-92
Vizuelno uokvirivanje protesta Protiv diktature
aUniverzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet političkih nauka
bUniverzitet u Novom Sadu, Filozofski fakultet

e-adresaaleksandra.krstic@fpn.bg.ac.rs, ana.milojevic@fpn.bg.ac.rs, jelena.kleut@ff.uns.ac.rs
Projekat:
Politički identitet Srbije u regionalnom i globalnom kontekstu (MPNTR - 179076)
Digitalne medijske tehnologije i društveno-obrazovne promene (MPNTR - 47020)

Ključne reči: protest; medijski okviri; vizuelno uokvirivanje; paradigma o protestima; protest Protiv diktature; Srbija
Sažetak
U radu se polazi od teorije uokvirivanja i unutar nje formulisane paradigme o medijskom izveštavanju o protestima. Protesti se posmatraju kao višedimenzionalni fenomeni u kojima je vizuelni izraz važan kako tokom protesta, tako i u njegovoj kasnijoj masmedijskoj obradi. Cilj ovog rada je da doprinese razumevanju vizuelnog medijskog uokvirivanja protesta, na osnovu studije slučaja protesta Protiv diktature koji je organizovan u Srbiji posle predsedničkih izbora 2017. godine. Analizom je obuhvaćeno izveštavanje televizija RTS 1, B92, Pink i N1, štampanih izdanja Kurira, Informera, Večernjih novosti, Politike i Danasa, i sajtova Blic.rs, Telegraf.rs. Metodom analize sadržaja ispitana je zastupljenost vizuelnih okvira nasilja, performativnosti, legitimisanja i delegitimisanja, a iz ugla socijalne semiotike kvalitativno je analiziran sadržaj ovih okvira. Rezultati pokazuju da je medijska scena podeljena između medija koji proteste prikazuju pozitivno i onih koji frekventno koriste negativne okvire nasilja i delegitimisanja. Za vizuelni performativni okvir može se reći da više od ostalih odslikava rutinu rada redakcija i stavlja u fokus vizuelnu atraktivnost događaja, dok se okvir legitimisanja i delegitimisanja pre mogu pripisati političkoj pristrasnosti i uređivačkoj politici određenih medija.
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DOI: 10.5937/comman13-20797
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