From headlines to homes: media coverage and public perception of Europe’s refugee crisis

18 Apr, 2016 | Blogs, Latest

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Read Catherine O’Neill’s take on media and the refugees below:

‘The public has been willing—in seemingly equal measure—to be both incensed by foreigners seeking aid and to be moved by heart wrenching personal stories and devastating images of many refugees. Media consumers sit like children on a seesaw, with no firm footing in statistics or objective facts, ready to be tossed into the throes of empathetic anguish or nationalistic isolationism—whichever the coverage of the day dictates.’

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