Migrants and the media: what shapes the narratives on immigration in different countries

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If you want to spoil a movie for yourself, wait for a nice dramatic moment and then imagine what it was like to shoot it: the cameras, sound and lighting crews all around; the portable toilets round the…

  • Rob McNeil
  • The Conversation

If a film is to succeed, it needs us to suspend our disbelief and not think about the process.

But when we consume news media, we need to do the opposite – and think carefully about how and why these products were made.

When it comes to reporting on polarising and contentious issues such as migration, what happens behind the…

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