UK’s Consensual Non-monogamies in the press: 2010-2014: An analysis of news coverage (Short Report No. 2; CNM-MOVES Reports)

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Abstract

In order to understand more deeply how the UK print media talk about CNMs, and to allow a comparison with the Portuguese press, a survey of allusions to CNMs over the last decade was carried out. Through an automated collection of pieces via the LexisNexis database, all pieces (e.g.: news, reports, opinion, editorials) of national and regional print media that contained at least one of the following keywords were collected: “polyamory” OR “consensual non-monogamy” OR “monogamish” OR “open relationship” OR “relationship anarchy” OR “non-monogamy”. Swinging was not included in the keyword search as the literature shows that there has been little to no activism around it, and as it would have greatly increased the number of extraneous results. The search was carried out with software assistance on 20/01/2020, using the aforementioned LexisNexis database, and the time parameters were between January 2010 and January 2020
Original languageEnglish
PublisherManchester Metropolitan University
Publication statusPublished - 20 Nov 2021

Keywords

  • Media
  • Polyamory
  • Journalism
  • Content analysis

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