[FoME] BBC Media Action Research Report: Media, Discussion and Attitudes in Fragile Contexts

Christoph Dietz Christoph.Dietz at CAMECO.ORG
Mo Jan 25 20:08:08 CET 2016

>>> Will Taylor <Will.Taylor at bbc.co.uk> 25.01.2016 18:16 >>>

Dear Friends & Colleagues,
We are writing to bring your attention to a new research report published by BBC Media Action: Media, Discussion and Attitudes in Fragile Contexts
( http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediaaction/publications-and-resources/research/reports/media-discussion-attitudes-fragile-contexts) . 
This report forms part of a growing body of work that attempts to understand the role of media in influencing conflict. In particular, the report explores how discussion programmes - where a diverse audience, representing the whole of society, is engaged in fair and balanced debate - can help address fragility. Drawing on quantitative data from nationally representative surveys collected for BBC Media Action programming in Kenya and Nigeria, this paper seeks to better understand the relationship between debate-style programming, discussion and conflict-related attitudes in fragile settings. 
Our findings demonstrate the strong links between both private and public forms of discussion and individual attitudes, and also highlight the complex interactions between these elements. Attitudes towards conflict and inclusion are shaped by a wide range of influences, and this study can be seen as a first step in understanding the interplay between exposure to media, discussion and attitudes. 
Please find the complete report here:
We welcome your feedback, so if you have comments, questions or require further information, please do contact us.
Yours sincerely,
Will Taylor 
Senior Governance Adviser
Advisory & Policy Group | BBC Media Action
Will.Taylor at bbc.co.uk
Chris Snow
Governance Thematic Research Manager
Research & Learning Group | BBC Media Action
Chris.Snow at bbc.co.uk
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