عنوان مقاله [English]
In the 2013 elections, for the second time, debates were held in which controversial criticism was raised; Therefore, the present study examines the political-media waves created by the debates in this election. Each debate has a special impact on the news media, and the present study uses quantitative and qualitative content analysis to categorize the news from each debate, taking into account criteria such as the amount of news coverage, the time distribution of coverage in several different media; The issues raised in the newspapers were classified as political waves. Political waves, following Wolfsfeld in the theoretical model of politics-media-politics, first begin in the political environment (here the same arena of debate), are formed in the media with extensive coverage and storytelling, and while inflamed in the political space, with reaction and Changes in the political environment are being pursued. In the analysis of the detected waves, this logic was considered so that the waves could be examined more deeply. In this election period, the reflection of all the debates was followed separately in 14 newspapers from two factions; The election sparked "protests over the way debates were held," "security space," and "political challenges."