Immigration and the British news media: Continuity or change?

Abstract

This article examines research carried out over the last 40 years in the area of media and migration in the British context. This thematic review of more than sixty empirical studies explores how UK media attention to the immigration issue has fluctuated over time, but has displayed consistent negativity in its terms of reference, exclusionary features and significant interpretative limitations, not least in the conflation of distinct types of migration

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