On the Way to Inclusive Identity? The German Perception of the Poles

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dc.abstract.enLiesbet Hooghe and Gary Marks developed a theory about inclusive identity as an important factor for strengthening European identity. They assume that a person has multiple identities and for example can have a strong national attachment and be positively oriented to European integration and the idea of a European identity at the same time. According to Hooghe and Marks, this depends on whether a person conceives his or her national identity as exclusive or inclusive of other territorial identities. This thesis will not discuss whether there should be a European identity, whether this identity should be strong or weak or whether this really is the missing link to a more stable and democratic European Union. Instead, this thesis will attempt to examine whether a trend towards a stronger European identity is visible in media discourse. In order to measure this visibility, the central question of this research is to what extent has German printed media stimulated a positive change in the German perception of the Poles between 1989 and 2004? This question is derived from the idea that if media directly or indirectly stimulates a positive change in the perception one nation has of another nation, it could stimulate a more inclusive form of identity. By using a combination of two specific methods within the field of Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA), Dispositive Analysis and the Sociocognitive Approach, I was able to analyse german newspaper articles of Der Spiegel on the German perception of the Poles. Based on the analyses I came to the conlcusion that printed media does more than only inform readers about contemporary development, but should not be seen as an instrument that can stimulate a certain process in the long term.pl
dc.abstract.plNot availablepl
dc.affiliationWydział Studiów Międzynarodowych i Politycznychpl
dc.areaobszar nauk humanistycznychpl
dc.areaobszar nauk społecznychpl
dc.contributor.advisorMach, Zdzisław - 130132 pl
dc.contributor.authorTurmel, Daniellepl
dc.contributor.departmentbycodeUJK/WSMPpl
dc.contributor.reviewerGalent, Marcin - 160626 pl
dc.contributor.reviewerMach, Zdzisław - 130132 pl
dc.date.accessioned2020-07-23T22:05:36Z
dc.date.available2020-07-23T22:05:36Z
dc.date.submitted2012-03-19pl
dc.fieldofstudyeuropeistykapl
dc.identifier.apddiploma-63810-140864pl
dc.identifier.projectAPD / Opl
dc.identifier.urihttps://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/177418
dc.languageengpl
dc.subject.enCritical Discourse Analyses, European Identity, Media, German-Polish relations, perception.pl
dc.subject.plPolish: tożsamość europejska, mediów, Niemiecko-polskie stosunki, postrzeganie.pl
dc.titleOn the Way to Inclusive Identity? The German Perception of the Polespl
dc.title.alternativeW drodze do Inclusive tożsamości?Niemiecki Postrzeganie Polakówpl
dc.typemasterpl
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dc.abstract.enpl
Liesbet Hooghe and Gary Marks developed a theory about inclusive identity as an important factor for strengthening European identity. They assume that a person has multiple identities and for example can have a strong national attachment and be positively oriented to European integration and the idea of a European identity at the same time. According to Hooghe and Marks, this depends on whether a person conceives his or her national identity as exclusive or inclusive of other territorial identities. This thesis will not discuss whether there should be a European identity, whether this identity should be strong or weak or whether this really is the missing link to a more stable and democratic European Union. Instead, this thesis will attempt to examine whether a trend towards a stronger European identity is visible in media discourse. In order to measure this visibility, the central question of this research is to what extent has German printed media stimulated a positive change in the German perception of the Poles between 1989 and 2004? This question is derived from the idea that if media directly or indirectly stimulates a positive change in the perception one nation has of another nation, it could stimulate a more inclusive form of identity. By using a combination of two specific methods within the field of Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA), Dispositive Analysis and the Sociocognitive Approach, I was able to analyse german newspaper articles of Der Spiegel on the German perception of the Poles. Based on the analyses I came to the conlcusion that printed media does more than only inform readers about contemporary development, but should not be seen as an instrument that can stimulate a certain process in the long term.
dc.abstract.plpl
Not available
dc.affiliationpl
Wydział Studiów Międzynarodowych i Politycznych
dc.areapl
obszar nauk humanistycznych
dc.areapl
obszar nauk społecznych
dc.contributor.advisorpl
Mach, Zdzisław - 130132
dc.contributor.authorpl
Turmel, Danielle
dc.contributor.departmentbycodepl
UJK/WSMP
dc.contributor.reviewerpl
Galent, Marcin - 160626
dc.contributor.reviewerpl
Mach, Zdzisław - 130132
dc.date.accessioned
2020-07-23T22:05:36Z
dc.date.available
2020-07-23T22:05:36Z
dc.date.submittedpl
2012-03-19
dc.fieldofstudypl
europeistyka
dc.identifier.apdpl
diploma-63810-140864
dc.identifier.projectpl
APD / O
dc.identifier.uri
https://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/177418
dc.languagepl
eng
dc.subject.enpl
Critical Discourse Analyses, European Identity, Media, German-Polish relations, perception.
dc.subject.plpl
Polish: tożsamość europejska, mediów, Niemiecko-polskie stosunki, postrzeganie.
dc.titlepl
On the Way to Inclusive Identity? The German Perception of the Poles
dc.title.alternativepl
W drodze do Inclusive tożsamości?Niemiecki Postrzeganie Polaków
dc.typepl
master
dspace.entity.type
Publication
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