Stories about Culture Shots
While Canada is often ranked high in terms of women's well-being, and often portrayed as a good place for women, dominant frames in English-language Canadian media seem less rosy.
How does the US media look at privacy? Looking critically at stories around privacy from US Top Online News sources, it seems as though many feel that privacy may be under threat.
What happens when the data doesn’t support the story we first set out to tell?
What's the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word honor / honour? A dive into US and Pakistani media.
What does “the Homeland” (patria) have to do with an ID card? For a Venezuelan, the answer to that question is obvious.
For this latest edition of Culture Shots, we decided to look at how Orthodoxy, the traditional religion of the majority of the Russian citizens, is represented in the mainstream Russian media.
Do you know which country is the "best restored country in the world"? We discovered the answer to this question through our investigation around media coverage around the French word patrimoine or "heritage": France.
What does it mean to be generous? A look at recent media coverage using the term in the US and India.
Culture Shots will look at how different communities, countries and languages report on culture as a bridge into—or way of looking at—similarities and difference in different communities’ ways of looking at the worlds. It seemed fitting to make our first “shot” about the word culture—or cultural—itself.