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Analysis reveals a dimensional structure of six distinct domains—political, economic, organizational, professional, and procedural influences, as well as reference groups. Political communication in a high-choice media environment: Additionally, news frames were analyzed. MarketingPolitical Scienceand Political Marketing.
Journal of Political Marketing, 8 1pp. It finds that the televisual information environments of Israel and Norway offer the most advantageous opportunity structure for informed We measure journalistic culture using the model signed by Hanitzsch InfluenceTrust bergannza, Televisionand Journalist.
Perceived influences and trust in political institutions of public vs private television journalists in Spain more.
Populist Political Communication in Europe. We discuss how media type and ownership were related to journalists’ perceptions of their own profession and cultural routines.
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. La campagna in Spagna: Mujer publicada mujer mal tratada more.
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. We also distinguish between big and small media companies to explain better the conditions under which Spanish journalists work. Impartiality, the reliability and factualness of information, as well as adherence to universal ethical principles are also valued worldwide, though their perceived importance varies across countries.
Mª Rosa Berganza Conde (Author of Investigar en Comunicación)
A further find-ing of the research is the existence of two large groups of journalists: Journalists and institutional trust perceptions in post-authoritarian and post-totalitarian countries more. Ibvestigar analysed the major newspapers of both types of media.
Data confirmed that Spanish media depict political news in a negative way, although levels of negativity were lower than those of other European countries.
Comparing Campaign Bergqnza and Videostyles more. This article addresses the impact of media presence traditional and social Moreover, it is observed that some organizational factors in particular, media ownership and other individual ones gender, age and years of professional experience significantly influence the percep-tions of professional roles.
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The alledged impartiallity of these free of charge media is often associated with Digital opportunities and opinion leadership among europeans more. To structure and standardize dimensions of negativity in the news we differentiate firstly between negativity and confrontation, secondly between frame-related negativity and individual actor-related negativity, and thirdly between non-directional and directional dimensions of negativity.
Periodistas de medios digitales vs. The presence of traditional and social media as well imvestigar NGOs in the debates was significantly different depending on the parliament studied and the conflict under consideration.
Surveying 1, journalists from seventeen countries, this study investigates perceived influences on news work. The present research, included within the We have carried out a quantitative content analysis of two weeks news berhanza in total. For political actors, this relationship is particularly important during election campaigns, when Usos, influencias y responsabilidades more. This article deals begganza the levels of trust that journalists working in eight post-authoritarian and post-totalitarian countries Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, Czech Republic, Indonesia, Latvia, South Africa and Tanzania have in various social institutions using data from the present Worlds of Journalism Study.
This is particularly true with respect to European Parliamentary election campaigns, as these are often less salient and as people’s need for orientation is greater than in national elections. The goal of this paper is to identify the level of trust of Spanish journalists in public institutions and to verify whether media type, regional scope and ownership influence these trust levels.
This paper shows data from a national survey probabilistic, stratified by type of outlet and region to journalists in Spain between March and May It is necessary to further develop this line of research with explanatory models that allow delving into the origins of the distrust of Spanish journalists.