Athens Journal of
Mass Media and Communications
Volume 9, Issue 4, October 2023
DOI: 10.30958/ajmmc/v9i4

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Front Pagesi-viii
Introduction: An Inclusive Scholarly Perspective on Media and the War in Ukraine
John V. Pavlik
223
Russia-Ukraine War of 2022: A Descriptive Content Analysis of War News Report Framing by America’s New York Post, China’s Global Times and South Africa’s The Citizen
Oludele Akinloye Akinboade, Yunus Heske &Victor Sannyboy Molobi
229
The South African Government’s Stance on the Russia-Ukraine War as Reflected in the South African Newspaper Media
Yolanda Sadie
249
How Indian Media Looks Russia and Ukraine War? An Analysis on News Reports of Indian Newspapers
S. Arulchelvan
265
American News Coverage of the War in Ukraine: The Attack on the Donetsk Academic Regional Drama Theatre in Mariupol
Margaret Cassidy
283
The Russian War in Ukraine and the Implications for the News Medial
John V. Pavlik
291
The Russian – Ukrainian War: Persistence of Frames and the Media Issue-Cycles
Gennadiy Chernov
307
A Typology for Sociopolitical Stance of International Brands in the Case of Ukraine War
Amir Ekhlassi & Amir Rahideh
321
Montenegro and the War in Ukraine: A Divided Country
Irena Femic & Mina Medjedovic
335
The Brazilian Media’s Reaction and Coverage of the War in Ukraine from 25th February to 15th September 2022
Raquel de Caria Patrício
349
The Greek Newspaper Coverage of the Ukrainian War: The Pre-Invasion Phase and the Day of the Invasion
Gregory T. Papanikos
363
War Journalism Where There’s No War: Critical Discourse Analysis of Russo-Ukraine Conflict in Pakistani Elite National Press
Muhammad Tarique & Lubna Shaheen
383

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