Media framings of migration 2: Alternative views

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Mapping pro migrant discourse on Facebook: The Belgian migration activist scene and its (re)configuration from 2014 to 2018 

Cécile Balty & Alexandre Leroux
Université Libre de Bruxelles

Cecile.Balty@ulb.be
alleroux@ulb.ac.be


The Other Side of the Story: investigating representations of majority group citizens in minority media 

Alice Beazer, Walter, S & Palicki, S.
Technical University of Munich

beazeralice@gmail.com


Twitter and Refugeehood: Practices of Resistance in Contemporary Australia 

Arianna Grasso
University of Naples “L’Orientale”

ariannagrasso@unior.it


Representation of migration: Perspectives from Kenya as a departure country

Beverly Achieng
Egerton University

beverly.achieng@egerton.ac.ke

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Emigration: Amnesia and nostalgia 

Charlotte Taylor
University of Sussex

charlotte.taylor@sussex.ac.uk
@_ctaylor_


A ‘burden’ or a ‘resource’?  Positive perspectives on migration discourse in Italy between 1900 and 1915 

Dario Del Fante
Institute for Computational Linguistics «A. Zampolli»

dariodelfante41291@gmail.com

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