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“Morphological Analysis of Narratives of the Russian-Ukrainian Conflict in Western Academia and Think-Tank Community”: the comprehensive list of the analyzed sources

Version 1.0, published: Dec. 10, 2021

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Nadiia Koval


Main category: Miscellaneous
Additional categories: Security
Marianna Fakhurdinova, Nadiia Koval, Volodymyr Kulyk, Mykola Riabchuk, Kateryna Zarembo (2021): “Morphological Analysis of Narratives of the Russian-Ukrainian Conflict in Western Academia and Think-Tank Community”: the comprehensive list of the analyzed sources, v. 1.0, Discuss Data, <doi:10.48320/2CDDDC5E-A1C1-4014-B862-298D71885A30>.

Description

A list of academic and analytical (think tank) sources (articles, book chapters, policy papers, etc.) on the Ukrainian-Russian conflict published in 2014-2019 in 7 countries (France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland, the UK, the US), which were the primary data for the article “Morphological Analysis of Narratives of the Russian-Ukrainian Conflict in Western Academia and Think-Tank Community”, accepted for publication in Problems of Post-Communism. For the detailed description of the principles of dataset formation, please see the relevant section of the article.
The list contains 1009 positions, in particular:
France: 65 academic sources, 44 analytical (think tank) sources;
Germany: 13 academic sources, 65 analytical (think tank) sources;
Greece: 17 academic sources, 27 analytical (think tank) sources;
Italy: 8 academic sources, 52 analytical (think tank sources), 30 professional periodicals sources;
Poland: 157 academic sources, 158 analytical (think tank) sources;
the United Kingdom: 85 academic sources, 115 analytical (think tank) sources;
the United States: 35 academic sources, 138 journals of commentary sources
The dataset itself is not archivised due to the copyright restrictions and logistical limitations. Still, all the sources in the list are provided with full bibliographical information including identificators - DOI, national databases identificators, ISBNs or direct links (where applicable).

Countries

Russia Ukraine

Keywords

Conflict Narratives

Language of data

English French German Italian Modern Greek Polish

Disciplines

Discourse Studies International Relations

Methods of data collection

Document Analysis

Methods of data analysis

Discourse Analysis