Since Northern Ireland's sectarian politics turned to power-sharing in 1998, the country has struggled to define itself within its "peace process". The media serves as a barometer of this progress as it re-defines its own purpose within the newly formed society.Caroline Porter takes a look specifically at the role of different media outlets, with particular emphasis on the most popular radio shows, to see how the media becomes a player in the contemporary peace process of Northern Ireland.For transcript and download versions of this lecture, please visit the event's page on the Gresham College website: The Role of the Media in Post-Conflict Societies: A Contemporary Look at Northern Irelandmoreless
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