Politicizing COVID-19 Vaccines in the Press: A Critical Discourse Analysis View Full Text


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2021-07-10

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Ali Haif Abbas

ABSTRACT

Undoubtedly and unfortunately, COVID-19 pandemic has been politicized in media see Abbas (Int J Semiot Law, 2020), Rui Zhang (Media Asia 48:89–107, 2021). Although vaccines play a crucial role in eliminating the pandemic, they have been politicized by media. This article aims to show how COVID-19 vaccines are politicized in the press. The article collects some selected reports on vaccines taken from American and Chinese media. The reports are analyzed according to an analytical framework suggested by the researcher. The framework and data collection and description are clearly presented in the method section. Based on data analysis, the article shows that COVID-19 vaccines have been politicized. The study recommends that diseases and vaccines should not be politicized. In other words, we should respect and trust science and our scientists for no other purpose than to reach herd immunity and overcome a dangerous pandemic that has taken and is still taking thousands of innocent lives. More... »

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References to SciGraph publications

  • 2021-01-05. Politicizing the Mask: Political, Economic and Demographic Factors Affecting Mask Wearing Behavior in the USA in EASTERN ECONOMIC JOURNAL
  • 2020-07-03. Politicizing the Pandemic: A Schemata Analysis of COVID-19 News in Two Selected Newspapers in INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR THE SEMIOTICS OF LAW - REVUE INTERNATIONALE DE SÉMIOTIQUE JURIDIQUE
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