Abstract

The Viennese television journalist Elizabeth T. Spira, who died in 2019, produced a total of 60 episodes of the social reportage „Alltagsgeschichte“. It was broadcasted on ORF-television between 1985 and 2005, a period that was characterised by the rise of right-wing populist parties. Conducting a qualitative content analysis of selected episodes, the aim of this project is to test the hypothesis that the protagonists in “Alltagsgeschichte”, as a result of increasing right-wing populist rhetoric in politics, show less reluctance to make anti-Semitic, xenophobic, sexist etc. statements in public over time.

 

CMC Staff

Christian Oggolder (Project Leader)

Christina Krakovsky

Books and Monographs

Books and Monographs

Articles and Book Chapters

Articles and Book Chapters

Research Papers

Research Papers

Lectures

Lectures

Popular Publications

Popular Publications

  • Oggolder, C., & Krakovsky, C. (2022). Was Spiras „Alltagsgeschichten“ über Österreich verraten [What Spira's "Alltagsgeschichten" reveal about Austria] [Interview mit der ÖAW PR]. Öaw Homepage. Retrieved from https://www.oeaw.ac.at/news/was-spiras-alltagsgeschichten-ueber-oesterreich-verraten
  • Oggolder, C. (2021). Interview mit Stefanie Panzenböck (Falter) zum Projekt „Grenzverschiebungen des Sagbaren – Eine Längsschnittanalyse von Elizabeth T. Spiras ‚Alltagsgeschichte‘“. Falter.
  • Oggolder, C., & Krakovsky, C. (2021). „Alltagsgeschichten“: Zwischen verbalen Stammtischexzessen und Selbstzensur. Die ORF-Reportagereihe von Elizabeth T. Spira zeigt, wie sich das Sagbare in 20 Jahren verändert hat. Derstandard.at. Retrieved from https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000129136761/alltagsgeschichten-zwischen-verbalen-stammtischexzessen-und-selbstzensu

Popular Talks

Popular Talks

  • 26/01/2022
    Christian Oggolder,  Christina Krakovsky: 
    „Alltagsgeschichten“ im Wandel der Zeit [„Alltagsgeschichten“ In the change of time] [Radio broadcast]
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