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Jeudi, 05 Mai 2011 17:08

Media and Agenda-setting

Sciences Po, Paris,

Monday, May 30, 2011

Organization: Emiliano Grossman & Amber Boydstun

28, rue des Saints-Pères, Room H201 (2nd floor, follow signs)

9:00-9:15 am          Welcome and Introductions

Organizers: Emiliano Grossman and Amber Boydstun

 

9:15 am-11:00 am  Panel Session 1. Intra- and Inter-Media Agenda-Setting

Chair: Pascal Sciarini (University of Geneva)

Laura Chaques and Ana Palau (Univ. of Barcelona)
Analyzing the Media Agenda in Spain: A Comparison between El Pais and El Mundo Front Pages from 2000 to 2009
Discussant: Regula Hänggli

Emiliano Grossman (Sciences Po, CEE)
The Political Power of Le Monde: Or Who Sets Whose Agenda?
Discussant: Rens Vliegenthart

Patrick Merle (Texas Tech Univ.)
Transnational Inter-Media Agenda-Setting: A Franco-American affair? Relationships between The New York Times and Le Monde
Discussant: Riccardo Puglisi

11:00 am-12:00 pm Goals and Brainstorming

Chair: Amber Boydstun (UC Davis)

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Bordeaux Coding Workshop PDF Imprimer Envoyer
Mardi, 23 Novembre 2010 23:32

 

Bordeaux Workshop ParticipantsThe Bordeaux Coding Workshop has taken place on November 22, 2010. It has included representatives from Belgium, Italy, Spain and the US, plus several younger or future members of the French Team.

Apart of drinking good wine and having fancy dinners, it had two complementary objectives. First, the idea was to bring the idea of automatic coding and the use of Texttools closer to the teams that have not yet been working with it. Hence, apart from presentations, hands-on sessions were devoted to effective learning of the Texttools software. Second, we wanted to have a debate on the future of automatic coding and the opportunity of adopting a collective strategy with regard to the further development of automatic coding tools.

The workshop clearly was a great success on all three fronts (food and drink, learning, strategy). A final statement concerning the future of automatic coding will be circulated shortly to other members of the Agendas community for consideration and discussion.

You may download the presentation on the French experience with Texttools here. The slides on automatic coding of the French newspaper Le Monde can be downloaded here.

For any questions related to the workshop do not hesitate to contact us (link below).


Mise à jour le Mercredi, 24 Novembre 2010 11:47
 
Workshop Parties and Agendas PDF Imprimer Envoyer
Jeudi, 20 Janvier 2011 11:32

WORKSHOP ON POLITICAL PARTIES, PUBLIC POLICY AND ISSUE COMPETITION

Centre d’études européennes, Sciences-Po, Paris

Wednesday 30th March 2011

Promoters:

Simon Persico ( Cette adresse email est protégée contre les robots des spammeurs, vous devez activer Javascript pour la voir. ), Centre d’études européennes, Sciences-Po, Paris

Caterina Froio ( Cette adresse email est protégée contre les robots des spammeurs, vous devez activer Javascript pour la voir. ), European University Institute, Florence

 

Workshop Schedule

08:45 Registration & Coffee

09:00 Welcome Address

09:30 – 12:30 Session 1: Political Parties and Policy Issues: Strategy, Choice, or Necessity?

Chair: Florence Faucher-King (Centre d’études européennes, SciencesPo)
Presentations:

Tim Bale (Sussex University): “Making a big difference? Parties and immigration policy: a
UK case study”
(Discussant: Sylvain Brouard, Emiliano Grossman, Isabelle Guinaudeau)

Peter, J. A. Thomas (University of Leicester): “The politicisation of (European) immigration by
the centre-right: a comparative study at national level 2000-2010”
(Discussant: Kostas Geminis)

Simon Persico (Centre d’études européennes, SciencesPo): “Mainstream parties and the
environment. Explaining center-right and center-left mainstream parties’ strategies vis à vis
environmental issues”
(Discussant: Anke Tresch)

Marc van der Wardt (University of Amsterdam): “Putting the dumper on: do parties depoliticize
issues in response to internal divisions among their supporters?”
(Discussant: Caterina Froio)

 

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Seattle 2010 PDF Imprimer Envoyer
Vendredi, 04 Juin 2010 22:49

 

La conférence annuelle du Comparative Agendas Project a lieu cette année près de Seattle dans l'Etat du Washington du 17 au 19 juin. Depuis 2007, un groupe sans cesse croissant de chercheurs s'est employé à développer des projets Agendas nationaux. La conférence annuelle sert à la fois à la coordination des projets et de leurs méthodes de travail et à la confrontation d'analyses et de résultats des recherches.

Le site comparative présente les contributeurs, les panels et les contributions.

http://www.comparativeagendas.org/Home/2010-conference

 

 
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