Olga Baysha
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Media framing of the Ukrainian political crisis, 2000–2001
O Baysha, K Hallahan
Journalism Studies 5 (2), 233-246, 2004
822004
“Conservation” as a catalyst for conflict: Considering stakeholder understanding in policy making
DA Crow, O Baysha
Review of Policy Research 30 (3), 302-320, 2013
172013
Ukrainian Euromaidan: The exclusion of otherness in the name of progress
O Baysha
European Journal of Cultural Studies 18 (1), 3-18, 2015
132015
Miscommunicating social change: Lessons from Russia and Ukraine
O Baysha
Lexington Books, 2018
122018
The mythologies of capitalism and the end of the Soviet project
O Baysha
Lexington Books, 2014
92014
Synecdoche that kills: How Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin constructed different Ukraines for different ends
O Baysha
International communication gazette 80 (3), 230-249, 2018
82018
In the name of national security: articulating ethno-political struggles as terrorism
O Baysha
Journal of Multicultural Discourses 12 (4), 332-348, 2017
82017
On progressive identity and internal colonization: A case study from Russia
O Baysha
International Journal of Cultural Studies 19 (2), 121-137, 2016
52016
European Integration as Imagined by Ukrainian Pravda’s Bloggers
O Baysha
Media and the Ukraine Crisis: Hybrid Media Practices and Narratives of …, 2016
52016
Dehumanizing political others: a discursive-material perspective
O Baysha
Critical Discourse Studies 17 (3), 292-307, 2020
42020
Mythologizing Modernity Through Vernacular Discourses
O Baysha
International Journal of Communication 6, 21, 2012
32012
The global in the local: a case study on deforestation in a Ukrainian journalistic field
O Baysha, A Calabrese
Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture 6 (2), 156-174, 2012
32012
The Construction of Fear: The New York Times Deliberation on the USA-Russia Nuclear Dialogue
O Baysha, A Calabrese
Russian Journal of Communication 4 (3-4), 301-321, 2011
32011
Cosmopolitan Vision, Global Responsibility and Local Reporting in Ukraine
O Baysha, A Calabrese
Media and Cosmopolitanism, 207-226, 2014
22014
On the Dichotomy of Corporate vs. Alternative Journalism: OWS as Constructed by Echo of Moscow.
O Baysha
International Journal of Communication (19328036) 8, 2014
22014
The dangerous Russian other in Ukrainian conspiratorial discourse: Media representations of the Odessa tragedy
O Baysha
Conspiracy Theories in Eastern Europe, 167-185, 2020
2020
Dividing social networks: Facebook unfriending, unfollowing, and blocking in turbulent political times
O Baysha
Russian Journal of Communication, 1-17, 2020
2020
DECONSTRUCTING THE COLONIALITY OF THE WEST-CENTRIC DEMOCRATIC IMAGINARY
O Baysha
Cadernos de Linguagem e Sociedade 21, 1, 2020
2020
On the Dichotomy of Corporate vs. Alternative Journalism: Occupy Wall Street as Constructed by Echo of Moscow
O Baysha
International Journal of Communication 8, 24, 2014
2014
The Mythologies of Modernity with a Schizophrenic Network Dynamic
O Baysha
University of Colorado at Boulder, 2012
2012
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