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# Search your (case-sensitive) title on iskwiki, and the result may look like this:<br>[[Image:Iskwiki_search_result.png|500px|center]]<br /><br />
 
# Click on the '''"create this page"''' link to create the cover page. <br /><br />
 
# Fill in the text for the following information: Title, Abstract, Key Words. <br /><br />
 
# Type in "View Thesis:" and link the uploaded file from cover page, using this syntax: <br/>  <br />For pdf file:<br /><nowiki>[[Image:Name_of_the_pdf_file_uploaded.pdf]]</nowiki><br /><br />Or for flipbook:<br /><nowiki>[http://iskwiki.upd.edu.ph/linked_address_here View Thesis]</nowiki><br /><br />
 
# At the bottom of the cover page, write the following categories:<br />
 
  
<nowiki>[[Category:Theses]][[Category:CollegeAbbreviation Thesis]][[Category:Department of Whatever Thesis]][[Category:Year Thesis]][[Category:Thesis--Subject Field]][[Category:Thesis--Subject Sub-field]]</nowiki>
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== '''Framing Analysis of ASEAN Online News Media Coverage  of South China Sea Dispute between China and the Philippines''' ==
  
  
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<nowiki>[[Category:Theses]][[Category:CSSP Thesis]][[Category:Department of Anthropology Thesis]][[Category:2014 Thesis]][[Category:Thesis--Medical Anthropology]][[Category:Thesis--Ethnomedicine]]</nowiki>
 
  
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==See Also==
 
* [[How to upload a thesis on iskwiki]]
 
  
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== '''Abstract''' ==
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This study aimed to know how the online news media in ASEAN , particularly that of  Brunei - The Brunei Times (www.bt.com.bn); Indonesia - The Jakarta Post (www.thejakartapost.com); Malaysia - The Borneo Post (www.theborneopost.com); Philippines - Philippine Daily Inquirer (www.inquirer.net); Singapore - The Straits Times (www.straitstimes.com); Thailand - The Nation (www.nationmultimedia.com); and Vietnam - Thanh Nien Daily (www.thanhniennews.com) gave attention and emphasis to the territorial dispute in South China Sea between China and the Philippines, and to know if these online news media covered the issue towards peace, war or neutral.
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Guided by the theories of Transnational Comparative Framing Model (TCFM), an emerging approach in Framing Theory, the Peace and War Journalism of Johan Galtung (1970), and the Political Institution Theory, and by doing content analysis, the study found out that there was little attention given to the Sea dispute by the majority of the ASEAN online news media. . Only the Philippine Daily Inquirer of the Philippines and Thanh Nien Daily of Vietnam who were vocal claimants to the Sea gave higher attention. The study also found out that war journalism frames were the most dominant frame indicators used over peace journalism. These indicators were elite-orientations, partisan, one-party-orientations and differences-orientations. It also found out that the strong relations among the ASEAN member states gave rise to the biased coverage towards the Philippines.
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[http://iskwiki.upd.edu.ph/flipbook/viewer/?fb=2011-78704-Framing-#page-1 View Thesis]
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[[Category:Theses]][[Category:CMC Thesis]][[Category:Department of Journalism Thesis]][[Category:2015 Thesis]][[Category:Thesis--Framing the Media]][[Category:Thesis--Framing and Peace and War Journalism]]

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Framing Analysis of ASEAN Online News Media Coverage of South China Sea Dispute between China and the Philippines



Abstract

This study aimed to know how the online news media in ASEAN , particularly that of Brunei - The Brunei Times (www.bt.com.bn); Indonesia - The Jakarta Post (www.thejakartapost.com); Malaysia - The Borneo Post (www.theborneopost.com); Philippines - Philippine Daily Inquirer (www.inquirer.net); Singapore - The Straits Times (www.straitstimes.com); Thailand - The Nation (www.nationmultimedia.com); and Vietnam - Thanh Nien Daily (www.thanhniennews.com) gave attention and emphasis to the territorial dispute in South China Sea between China and the Philippines, and to know if these online news media covered the issue towards peace, war or neutral.

Guided by the theories of Transnational Comparative Framing Model (TCFM), an emerging approach in Framing Theory, the Peace and War Journalism of Johan Galtung (1970), and the Political Institution Theory, and by doing content analysis, the study found out that there was little attention given to the Sea dispute by the majority of the ASEAN online news media. . Only the Philippine Daily Inquirer of the Philippines and Thanh Nien Daily of Vietnam who were vocal claimants to the Sea gave higher attention. The study also found out that war journalism frames were the most dominant frame indicators used over peace journalism. These indicators were elite-orientations, partisan, one-party-orientations and differences-orientations. It also found out that the strong relations among the ASEAN member states gave rise to the biased coverage towards the Philippines.

View Thesis