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Social and Education History E-ISSN: 2014-3567 hse@revistashipatia.com Hipatia Press España Kinnebrock, Susanne; Knieper, Thomas Gender and power constructions in visual political reporting Social and Education History, vol.
3, núm.
1, enero-abril, 2014, pp.
54-77 Hipatia Press Barcelona, España Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=317030572003 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative Instructions for authors, subscriptions and further details: http:--hse.hipatiapress.com Gender and Power Constructions in Visual Political Reporting1 Susanne Kinnebrock1, Thomas Knieper2 1) University of Augsburg.
Germany 2) University of Passau.
Germany rd Date of publication: February 23 , 2014 Edition period: Edition period: February 2014 - June 2014 To cite this article: Kinnebrock, S.,& Knieper, T.
(2014).
Gender and Power Constructions in Visual Political Reporting.
Social and Education History 3(1), 54-77.
doi:10.4471-hse.2014.03 To link this article: http:--dx.doi.org-10.4471-hse.2014.03 PLEASE SCROLL DOWN FOR ARTICLE The terms and conditions of use are related to the Open Journal System and to Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY). HSE – Social and Education History Vol.
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5477 Gender and Power Constructions in Visual Political Reporting Susanne Kinnebrock University of Augsburg Thomas Knieper University of Passau Abstract The analysis of visual press coverage is still in the early stages of development, although political communication today is no longer logo- but mainly icon-centered. In our paper, we first outline a way to analyze the meaning of journalistic pictures in a standardized manner, combining methodological insights from quantitative content analyses with find...





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