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Reenacting the Enemy

Collective Memory Construction in Russian and US Media

Gebonden Engels 2022 9780197605462
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This book examines how Russian and American media narratives inform the ways individuals in both countries consume and construct collective memories of one another in an age of media distrust. Using research on collective memory, media, and the individual mind, this book applies an interdisciplinary sociocognitive framework to study seven 21st century political events involving Russia.

With each event, this book analyzes how ideological bias, distortion, and schemata in both Russian and American media outlets work to reestablish a Cold War-like narrative—and by extension, reignite perceived enmities in the individual minds and collective memories of both nations. The book examines this old phenomenon at the interface of conscious media distrust among individuals who subconsciously embrace these constructs, forming memories along the ideological lines promoted by the same institutions they question.

By bringing together content analyses of media texts and empirical data, Reenacting the Enemy serves as an interdisciplinary study of psychological mechanisms behind Russian and US media to uncover both old and new patterns of collective and individual memory constructs in the two societies.

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ISBN13:9780197605462
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:gebonden
Aantal pagina's:328
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:10-6-2022
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Introduction

Part I: Theoretical background
Chapter 1: Group memory: Construction, reconstruction, and distortion
Chapter 2: Collective memory, journalism, and news making
Chapter 3: How the mind processes text, media news, and misinformation
Chapter 4: Socio-cognitive approach to the construction of memory: At the intersection of media, memory, and the mind

Part 2: Collective memory construction in Russian and U.S. media
Chapter 5: Media, the mind and the reenactment of the enemy: Methodology
Chapter 6: Takeover of Crimea
Chapter 7: Conflict in Eastern Ukraine and the MH17 downing
Chapter 8: Civil war in Syria and the 2016 U.S. elections
Chapter 9: The 2014 Sochi Olympics and the 2018 poisoning of the Skripals
Chapter 10: How the mind constructs a memory of recent political events

Part 3: Reenacting the enemy in media and in the mind
Chapter 11: Memory, media, and the mind: Revisiting the framework

Conclusion

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