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The presence of traditional and social media as well as NGOs in the debates was significantly different depending on the parliament studied and the conflict under consideration.

Western journalists are generally less supportive of any active promotion of particular values, ideas and social change, and they adhere more to universal principles in their ethical decisions.

The cross-national and cross-temporal design cojunicacin the composition and development of political information environments with regard to the amount and placement of news and current affairs programs on the largest public and private television channels.

Remember me on this computer. The relationship between journalists and their sources has been described as an interdependent relationship where each part needs the other.

The scientific community has shown an increasing interest in exploring the practices and routines of journalists in different contexts Hanitzsch et al. The authors found empirical evidence supporting the claim that such concepts as limited violence, crisis, assistance and pacification are correlated with the presence of media bfrganza NGOs.

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In this paper, we examine how the unequal distribution and use of digital information and communication technologies DICT affects The results also confirm the 3R hypothesis ratio of Recurrent and Reinforced Residuum: Recomendaciones sobre el tratamiento de la violencia more.

As part of the international Introduction There is a lack of systematic research on populism and populist political communication in Spain, consisting as it does of mainly descriptive and case study work.


Modeling Perceived Influences on Journalism: The responses to these questions will be compared to the data obtained in the WJS pilot study ofas well as with the Spanish studies mentioned above.

We analysed the major newspapers of both types of media. Se sugiere seguir profundizando en modelos que puedan explicar en mayor medida las varianzas encontradas en los dos tipos de percepciones. Invetigar were surveyed about their differing influences political, economic, organizational, professional routines, and reference groups in their jobs.

Digital opportunities and opinion leadership among europeans more.

Perceived influences and trust in political institutions of public vs private television journalists in Spain more. This article proposes conceptual understandings, categorizations and practical operationalizations of negativity in Political Information Opportunities in Europe: Mapping Journalism Cultures Across Nations: Surveying 1, journalists from seventeen countries, this study investigates perceived influences on news work.

This article addresses the impact of media presence traditional and social Modeling perceived influences on journalism: Digital media journalists vs. Teorias soiais da imprensa, Publisher: Across countries, these six dimensions build up a hierarchical structure where organizational, bergganza, and procedural influences are perceived as more powerful limits to journalists’ work than political and economic influences.

Journal of Political Marketing, 8 1pp. InfluenceTrustTelevisionand Journalist. Concerning journalists, the majority felt that their professional work is driven by competition with other media and internal pressures, political and economic, coming from their own organization.

Journalism Studies, 12 3pp. Trust is a societal value that is difficult to gain and easy to lose. With the internet threatening the way the media business is conducted, journalists not only have to take on more and more diverse functions, they also face a lack of job security, wage cuts, layoff plans and the closure of media outlets — all to the detriment of traditional journalistic standards.


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. It finds that the televisual information environments of Israel and Norway offer the most advantageous opportunity structure for informed citizenship because of their high levels of airtime and a diverse scheduling strategy.

A comparative-exploratory analysis of journalistic excellence among five Spanish daily newspapers more.

Journal of Communication, 62, pp. Transformation of the journalistic profession: Selective Exposure or Media Influence? Negativity in political news: Christa Berger, Beatriz Marocco, pp. The study establishes six roles: This study examines the supply of political information programming across thirteen European broadcast systems over three decades.

We used content analysis technique in order to examine the trends and evolution of issues, some of them emergent ones and others of decreasing media interest.

The absence of a developed corpus of theoretical and empirical research leads us to argue that caution should be exercised in assessing and classifying populism and populist communication in the Spanish context at this stage.

Two main hypothesis are explored.

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Even where there are clear socio-demographic differences, data shows that, ihvestigar for the influence of reference groups, all journalists hold similar perceptions.

This article addresses the impact of media presence traditional and social media and NGOs on European parliamentary discussions about violent conflicts in the Middle East and their role during phases of escalation and pacification. The trust journalists place in public institutions is a key variable to