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. Without a clear sense of who needs protection, the media and other political actors have tried to identify who is innocent. To offset possible harmful effects of a violent news topic, the Children's News usually applies several 'consolation strategies'. Children, we argue, should be considered as serious potential participants in the public sphere, who require - and deserve - a lot more from their media. The Children's News selects news topics on the basis of their news value, which also implies coverage of violence and crime.

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The construction of children as a special audience that needs protection from the harsh and disturbing coverage of war and conflict is balanced against evidence that children are, indeed, informed and engaged with the world around them and desire to be informed and have outlets to express their views. Since 1980, the Dutch Broadcasting Corporation broadcasts a daily children's news programme Jeugdjournaal that is specifically designed for children aged 9-12. Children reported moderate interest in casualty news, and supplemental analyses indicated that one reason for watching such content was a desire to remain informed about the war surveillance. The percentage of children being frightened by news increased from kindergarten to the elementary school years, whereas the tendency to be frightened by fantastic, unreal content showed a decreasing trend. Approaching media production with this concern brings sharply into view how understandings of the young audience develop within journalists' culture. The paper concludes, on the basis of this study, that the news agenda conditioned in this process restricts children's access to knowledge, information and debate about important adult affairs. In a random survey of parents of kindergarten, second, fourth, and sixth grade children, 37% of the children were reported to have been frightened or upset by a news story on television.

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Whatdoes this imply for the role of the media in society? The present paper describes a content analysis of the coverage of the events related to September 11th 2001 by the Dutch Children's News. In the present study, it was investigated to what extent the Children's News applied these consolation strategies in the first week after the attack on the World Trade Center in New York. Now, often, conflicts are depicted in the media less as political confrontations than as brutal and ideologically senseless battles, and how better to communicate that than to show a damaged child? The top categories of stories producing fear were violence between strangers, foreign wars and famines, and natural disasters. © universitetsforlaget norsk medietidsskrift årg. These strategies may be applied at the programme level e. In this article the author uses two comparative analyses to comment on the social representation of children produced by journalists.

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The second bases itself on a particular week in the coverage of five newspapers Público, Diário de Notícias, Le Monde, The Guardian and El Pais during the same year, and assesses the ways in which children are presented in the titles of pieces that refer to them. For many conflicts and crises, children, seen generically, have filled up the American empathy vacuum - that void that used to be taken up by the Natan Sharanskys, the Alexander Solzhenitsyns, the Jacobo Timmermans, the Nelson Mandelas:men, typically, who stood for the values of democracy, equality, and freedom. Proposed explanations for the observed age differences were based on developmental differences in children's understanding of the fantasy-reality distinction and in their responsiveness to perceptually salient stimuli. Based on interviews withNorwegian media leaders,this article gives some insightinto how media executivesthink strategically about au-dience input, as well as theseven most important rea-sons why they arrange for au-dience participation. Research that examined the effectiveness of some media intervention initiatives for conflict resolution, peace building and promotion of social tolerance among children is reviewed. .

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