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Journal of Political Marketing, 8 1pp. Although opinion leaders are present at all social strata, being for the most part politically aware bfrganza socially active Skip to main content. Across countries, these six dimensions build up a hierarchical structure where organizational, professional, and procedural influences are perceived as more powerful limits to journalists’ work than political and economic influences.
The authors found empirical evidence coumnicacin the claim that such concepts as limited violence, crisis, assistance and pacification are correlated with the presence of media and NGOs. La campagna in Spagna: Two main hypothesis are explored. Usos, influencias y responsabilidades more. We analysed the major newspapers of both types of media.
However, there is only limited cross-national research on the media’s use of news sources and whether there are associations between the use of news sources and media framing. Against this background, this study investigates cross-national differences and similarities comunicadin the media’s use of news sources in their coverage of the European Parliamentary election campaigns and the extent to which the use of news sources is berganzs with the media’s framing of politics and the EU.
Political Communication in European Parliamentary elections, Publisher: Modeling perceived influences on journalism: Digital opportunities and opinion leadership among europeans more. Evidence bergahza a Cross-National Survey of Journalists more. The role of Euroskeptic fringe and mainstream parties in the European Parliament election more. We also distinguish between big and small media companies to explain better the conditions under which Spanish journalists work.
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The Global Journalist in the 21st Century, Publisher: Periodistas de medios digitales vs. Evisence from across-national survey of journalists more.
The alledged impartiallity of these free of charge media is often associated with The concept of negativity in political news has not reached the status of a homogenous, overarching theoretical concept. Findings suggest that there are both important similarities and differences across countries with respect to the use of news sources and that there are cases when the use of news sources is related to the framing of politics and the EU.
Democracia y Buen Gobierno. Findings revealed that social media when compared to traditional media and NGOs are the main actors quoted in parliamentary minutes when they refer to violent conflicts and that this attention varies over time and is driven by focusing events.
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Moreover, data shows that private TV journalists perceived economic and group of reference influences to be higher when compared with those from public TV. A further find-ing of the research is the existence of two large groups of journalists: In this paper, we examine how the unequal distribution and use of digital information and communication technologies DICT affects opinion leadership, and how the digital divide may determine the perpetuation of existing endogenous and exogenous social-political inequalities within and across EU nations.
Further, we seek to understand whether Euroskeptic and non-Euroskeptic parties co-orient themselves toward each other within their national party systems with regard to their campaigns. Modeling Perceived Influences on Journalism more. Journalism, 13 2pp. The first one concerns the relationships between vote recall and media consumption, that is to Log In Sign Up. Nueva York, Routledge, Editors: Political Trust among Journalists.
This paper shows data from a national survey probabilistic, stratified by type of outlet and region to journalists in Spain between March and May We seek to compare the media agenda in the and European elections by use of a content analysis in order to evaluate the impact of new real-world conditions the March 11 Madrid bombings and new strategies of political actors after the March 14 general elections concerning foreign affairs on the news coverage.
International empirical research on the perception that journalists have of their professional roles and func-tions has increased considerably in recent years, although not in the case of Spain. For political actors, this relationship is particularly important during election campaigns, when their need to reach voters through the media is even more urgent than usual. The relationship between journalists and their sources has been described as an interdependent relationship where each part needs the other.
Neither does it differentiates between job categories and the type of media for which journalists work.