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The United Kingdom Independence Party media representation in selected British media between the years 2014 and 2016
Rukavička, Tomáš ; Šafařík, Petr (advisor) ; Váška, Jan (referee)
This thesis analyzes media representation of the United Kingdom Independence Party between the years 2014 and 2016 in selected British media where it follows keywords used by these medias in the articles about the party and whether these themes can be identified as key topics in the context of media-generated frame and where, based on these frames, place these medias the party in the political spectrum of the United Kingdom. Despite the brief history of the United Kingdom Independence Party, the work contains chapters about right-wing populism and Euroscepticism. This is followed by an analysis of selected British media based on four keywords. The media, which have been used for the analysis were The Guardian, The Telegraph and BBC News. The chosen keywords were - Euroscepticism, immigration, criticism of the political system (antiestablishment) and organizational change within the party. It examines the 50 most relevant articles with these keywords from 2014-2016 and the tendency of thir usage. The result is an analysis of the frequency of these topics, showing the development, with the result, that they have been identified as the basic themes that all the three media use in the articles about the party. Second result is an overview of what media frames of a party were created and where these...
Populist rhetoric as UKIP's strategy
Rukavička, Tomáš ; Mejstřík, Martin (advisor) ; Kubát, Michal (referee)
Populism is a phenomenon, which popularity rise over the Europe, enhanced by immigration and economic situation in some of the EU countries. This thesis is trying to analyze, how much was the populist rhetoric chosen as a strategy to be used by United Kingdom Independent Party in-between 2014-2016 and it is done via the frames the British newspapers gave to the UKIP in the articles and the number of repetition of chosen populist topic in these articles. To settle some basis definitions, the thesis contains short history of the party, an attempt to define populism with emphasis on right wing populism and the brief overview of British Euroscepticism of last 40 years. The quantitative analysis is using articles from The Guardian, The Telegraph and BBC News. The research is done on 50 most relevant articles through the years 2014-2016 connected to one of the topics - Euroscepticism, immigration, antiestablishment and organizational changes within the party. It is trying to prove, whether the tendency to use these populist topics by the party was rising and if it could be marked as party strategy. I tried to prove this by the number of the articles aimed on one of the topics and the reflection of the media analyses way of framing the party.

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