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If It Bleeds It Leads:   The Lord’s Resistance Army in the International Press 

If It Bleeds It Leads:   The Lord’s Resistance Army in the International Press 

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If It Bleeds It Leads:   The Lord’s Resistance Army in the International Press 
  Date of Submission: August 23, 2010  Candidate Number: 11578  Supervisor: Dr. Margaret Scammell  MSc Program: Media, Communication and Development  Word Count: 9887 
                                      Dissertation (MC499) submitted to the Department of Media and Communications, London  School of Economics, August 2010, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the MSc in  Media, Commu
                     

If It Bleeds It Leads:   The Lord’s Resistance Army in the International Press 
  Date of Submission: August 23, 2010  Candidate Number: 11578  Supervisor: Dr. Margaret Scammell  MSc Program: Media, Communication and Development  Word Count: 9887 
                                      Dissertation (MC499) submitted to the Department of Media and Communications, London  School of Economics, August 2010, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the MSc in  Media, Commu

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If It Bleeds It Leads:The Lord’s Resistance Army in the International Press
Date of Submission: August 23, 2010Candidate Number: 11578Supervisor: Dr. Margaret ScammellMSc Program: Media, Communication and Development Word Count: 9887
Dissertation (MC499) submitted to the Department of Media and Communications, LondonSchool of Economics, August 2010, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the MSc inMedia, Communication and Development.
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Abstract 1. Introduction2. Theoretical Foundations
2.1 Literature Review
Historical OverviewRepresentation and Post‐Colonization: The Creation of the Dark Continent Sensationalism, Simplification and Victimization: Journalism TodayPolitics and Pity, Agency and Africa
2.2 Conceptual Framework and Research Objectives
3. Research Design and Methodology
Justification for Selected Approach: Content AnalysisJustification for Selected Approach: Discourse Analysis
3.1 Methods and Procedures
Selection of DataContent Analysis: Specific Methods and ProceduresDiscourse Analysis: Specific Methods and Procedures
4. Findings
41. Content Analysis
Quantitative ResultsDiscussion
4.2 Discourse Analysis
Textual PracticeDiscursive PracticeSocio‐Cultural PracticeDiscussion
5. ConclusionAppendices
 
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“It is too good to be true. Behind its glittering mask (Uganda) wears a sinisteraspect…a sense of indefinable oppression…a cut will not heal, a scratchfesters.”
 Winston Churchill on Uganda from,
My African Journey 
 

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