How did the Ghanaian media cover the June 3 disaster? What were the major frames used in reporting the disaster. How did the Ghanaian media fare in terms of their consideration of ethical concerns in covering the event and the victims? What were the major sources of news during this period? This research examines how the Ghanaian media covered the June 3 disaster by using samples drawn from two dominant newspapers in the country: The Daily Graphic and the Daily Guide. The research examines the attention given to the issue, major frames, sources and ethical issues regarding representation of such public disasters. The research was grounded within the theory of media framing while content analysis was employed as the methodological technique used in data collection and analysis.
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