The Influence of Framing on the Reduction of Anti-Semitic Attitudes

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THIEL, Stephanie, 2010. The Influence of Framing on the Reduction of Anti-Semitic Attitudes

@techreport{Thiel2010Influ-12649, series={Diskussionsbeiträge der Projektgruppe Friedensforschung}, title={The Influence of Framing on the Reduction of Anti-Semitic Attitudes}, year={2010}, number={67}, author={Thiel, Stephanie} }

Thiel, Stephanie 2011-10-06T08:43:34Z eng In German media, as well as in German society as a whole, there is increasing criticism of Israel. Some observers attribute this to a rising tide of anti-Semitism, but empirical studies of this development have been both limited and contradictory. Moreover, a reanalysis of existing data indicates that many Germans are actually peace-oriented. Consequently, the partly harsh criticism of Israel may have to be explained in terms of much more complex attitudes than was previously assumed.<br />The mass media have been assigned at least some responsibility for the posited development of anti-Semitic attitudes in Germany. If they do play a role, then we should look for the mechanisms at work. The Peace Research Group of the University of Konstanz therefore plans to do a framing study of this anti-Semitism. Its main questions will be: what motivates criticism of Israel? Can different forms of anti-Semitism be identified and how can they be reduced? Will people embrace a peace frame for the Near East conflict if one is offered? The Influence of Framing on the Reduction of Anti-Semitic Attitudes deposit-license 2011-10-06T08:43:34Z 2010 Thiel, Stephanie

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