This Working Paper analyses how different narratives on migration shape and are deployed in political debate and policymaking. It investigates how political actors process salient narratives on migration that emerge in the public and political domain and how they inform policy.
This Working Paper presents an analysis on the psychological impact of different narrative frames in testimonial narratives on individuals in Spain and Hungary, focusing on the domain of migration.
This Working Paper highlights some of the main features and key points of the narratives on migration conveyed by the media in Italy, based on three case studies designed to investigate narratives not only as stories, but also and above all as a process of elaboration and circulation of the stories themselves.
This Working Paper investigates the main migration narratives circulating on media, political debates, and policy venues within the EU over the past decade. It focuses on the 2015 “refugee crisis” and the 2022 activation of the Temporary Protection Directive for those fleeing Russian aggression against Ukraine.
This Working Paper summarises the main findings of a unique experiment conducted in Spain and Hungary on the effects of testimonial stories of migration. It focuses on the effect of testimonial narratives and their impact on people’s attitudes and helping intentions towards migrants.
This Working Paper analyses how different narratives on migration shape and are deployed in political debate and policymaking in the United Kingdom. It investigates how political actors process salient narratives on migration that emerge in the public and political domain and how they inform policy.
This Working Paper examines the way in which narratives on migration circulate in France across communicative and coordinative spheres. It explores whether narratives are embraced, adapted, ignored, or rejected between the media, Parliament, and administrations.
This Working Paper analyses how recurrent elements of certain migration narratives circulate in the communicative (media and political arenas) and in the coordinative spheres (the one of policy making) at different levels in the Italian political system, focusing on three specific events.
This Working Paper analyses the interplay of migration narratives as they traverse the media, politics, and policymaking arenas in Spain. More specifically, it examines how narratives on migration, circulate within the mass media and the political debate and subsequently influence policy-making processes.
This Working Paper investigates the evolving landscape of migration narratives in Germany. It delves into whether and how media narratives are embraced, adapted, ignored or rejected in political debates and policymaking.
This Working Paper analyses the main narratives of migration in Hungary and describes the structure into which the processes of producing and circulating them characterizes the contemporary Hungarian communicative and political segments.
This concept note develops a conceptual and methodological framework for the analysis of how different narratives shape, and are deployed in, political debate and policy-making. It sets out the features and functions of narratives in public political debate and policy-making; analyses how actors respond to different narratives; and develops a method for empirically identifying these strategies.