Labeling asylum-seekers

Anonymous, (2017) Labeling asylum-seekers. [Data Collection]


This research investigates the interaction between the effects of wording and other elements of framing on public attitudes toward asylum policies. In particular, we focus on the labels of asylum-seekers and the discourse about the recent refugee crisis in Europe. In 2015 and 2016, we conducted two survey-experiments in Hungary where mass migration was the major issue on the political agenda at the time of the surveys. The salience of the issue was manipulated in both studies. Earlier findings have indicated that even words with the same meaning could prompt different interpretations in specific contexts. In contrast, we show that even large effects of wording, even if they are driven by differential meaning, can be suppressed by other elements of framing. The paper with the scientific results of this collection are currently under anonymous review. After the review process, the author of this collection will be revealed.

Legal and ethical issues

Keywords: minősítés, menedékkérők, migráció
Keywords in English: labeling, asylum-seekers, migration
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HM Sociology
Divisions: Institute for Sociology
Depositing User: Enikő Meiszterics
Date Deposited: 28 Mar 2017 07:39
Last Modified: 09 Apr 2019 10:03

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