Tjaša Turnšek, master of cultural studies is a research assistant at the Peace Institute. She obtained her master’s degree at Faculty of Social Sciences in Ljubljana with thesis Critical Discourse Analysis: Media Representation of the Refugee awarded by the »Klinarjev sklad« Award. In 2017 she published scientific article in co-authorship in Časopis za kritiko znanosti – Hate Speech. She has participated in research projects that addressed critical discourse analysis and media representation which focused on discrimination of specific target groups (refugees and foreigners). She is particularly interested in topics related to media, populism and securitization of migration.
The project aims to inform strategies to increase democratic resilience by studying the mechanisms “exclusionary populists” use to increase their power by undermining the Rule of Law.
- Empowering Ecosystems of Civil Society Organisations in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia and Slovenia (PROSECO)
- Parliament for the Future of Europe
- Counter-hate: Improving the assistance of victims of hate crimes through a victim-centred and intersectional approach
- Populist Backlash, Democratic Backsliding, and the Crisis of the Rule of Law in European Union
Article / Theorizing and mapping media ownership networks in authoritarian-populist contexts: a comparative analysis of Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, and Turkey
The article aims to contribute to the ongoing discussions on authoritarian populism and the media, from the lens of the political economy of ownership.
- Article / Theorizing and mapping media ownership networks in authoritarian-populist contexts: a comparative analysis of Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, and Turkey
- Article How Right-Wing Populist Comments Affect Online Deliberation on News Media Facebook Pages
- Regulation of Political Advertising in the EU