Views
5 years ago

Chapter Five 1999 Post-Elections Period - Leicester Research ...

Chapter Five 1999 Post-Elections Period - Leicester Research ...

219 Table 7.1: Collated

219 Table 7.1: Collated comparison of emergent frames across case studies 1994 CASE STUDY 1999 CASE STUDY 2004 CASE STUDY NEWSPAPERS PARLIAMENTARY NEWSPAPERS PARLIAMENTARY NEWSPAPERS PARLIAMENTARY Unity Unity Unity Challenges Challenges Governance Governance Electoral Process Extended Mandate Electoral Process Failed Government Leadership Failed Government Consequences Leadership Leadership Leadership

220 adopt that issue as a cause for whatever reason and to push it strongly as the MCP/AFORD alliance decided they would do with the question of national unity in 1994. 7.1.2 Case Study Specific Frames: A Note on Diverging Frames Another principle or generalisation that emerges out of the frames detected is that as elections are held regularly, the post-elections periods will exhibit different concerns and conditions which, in turn, will influence emergent frames. The different concerns and conditions will be either common across different milieu as will be demonstrated in the following section, or they will be specific to particular epochs of the political history of the country. This is demonstrated by the second group consisting of frames which were specific to particular case studies. For example, the Consequences Frame of 1999 is special to the 1999 newspapers corpus. The Extended Mandated Frame is also special to the 1999 parliamentary corpus (See Table 7.1). The Extended Mandate Frame emerged out of a political situation that should be considered aberrant to a normal political context. As noted in chapter five, the opposition were boycotting parliament as a protest at what they considered electoral fraud. In this respect, the framing in the parliamentary arena, was rather one sided without the opposition to challenge and present counter frames. In a normal political setting, the opposition would be in parliament challenging such a highly biased frame. The Consequences Frame is an opposition newspapers driven frame. As noted in chapter five, it simply drew attention to the challenges, real or otherwise, that could arise as a consequence of the UDF‟s victory in the presidential race. The frame could

Chapter 4 Sexual Content in Soap Operas - Leicester Research ...
iieiiei1eWrkers - Leicester Research Archive - University of Leicester
NOVEL RESVERATROL ANALOGUES - Leicester Research ...
t he display of archaeology - Leicester Research Archive - University ...