This paper examines the discursive battle between political actors, on the issue of the function of DR’s role in society, by examining the case ‘The History of Denmark’. The paper uses the theoretical concepts of discourse by Maarten A, Hajer in order to uncover patterns of discourse found in a collection of newspaper articles along with an autobiography. The analysis of the paper unfolds two discourses, one left winged, and one right winged discourse. It is concluded in the paper that the criticism and defence of ‘ The History of Denmark’ is an example of a great and long-ongoing discursive struggle between the political actors.
|Educations||Politics and Administration, (Bachelor/Graduate Programme) Bachelor|
|Publication date||24 May 2018|
|Number of pages||57|