Posts Tagged ‹political protest

Tuesday, October 18th, 2022

Framing the largest recent Romanian protests: a content analysis of European online newspapers

At the beginning of 2017 massive protests took place on the streets of the biggest cities in Romania, unprecedented in the post-communist history of the country. They were caused by a decree passed by the government, which was meant to decriminalize certain offences, including politicians’ abuse of office. The political...
Monday, March 9th, 2020

Why do Romanians take to the streets? A spatial analysis of Romania’s 2016-2017 protests

This article aims to analyse, both spatially and numerically, the protests that occurred in Romania between January 2016, immediately after the 2016 Parliamentary Elections and the attempt of the new elected party to change Romania’s constitution and legislations, and October...

Tuesday, February 21st, 2017

Humanist propaganda: The poster as a visual medium of communication used by ‘new’ social movements

This study explores the development and influence of visual media on social movement activism in Slovenia in the 1980s and in the new millennium. Because of the changes in the political context during these decades, we aimed to determine whether there were differences between the political posters displayed by selected...

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  • Dennis Deletant Georgetown University
  • Helen Wallace London School of Economics and Political Science

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