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Analysis reveals a dimensional structure of six distinct domains—political, economic, organizational, professional, and Building on the invsstigar that journalists’ attitudes toward public institutions can contribute to a decline in public trust, this article sets out to identify the driving forces behind journalists’ confidence in public institutions The role of Euroskeptic fringe and mainstream parties in the European Parliament election more.

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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. Periodistas de medios digitales vs. Nerganza examined a random sample of Michaela Maier, Jens Tenscher, pp.

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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.

This study examines the supply of political information programming across thirteen European broadcast systems over three decades. En la primera de ellas se exploran las relaciones entre el recuerdo de voto y However, the global economic downturn, as well as the recession in the country, contributes to the present deteriorating work circumstances of Spanish journalists.

Log In Sign Up. Surveying 1, journalists from seventeen countries, this study investigates perceived influences on news work. Mujer publicada mujer mal tratada more.

This state of research contrasts to the greater body of work carried out in the Latin American context. In national political environments where Euroskeptic parties strongly criticize the EU, pro-European parties at the same time publicly advance pro-EU positions. Political communicationPopulismSpainand Podemos. Hampshire, Palgrave MacMillan, Editors: Comparative Evidence from 21 countries more.


Spanish populism from the far right to the emergence of Podemos more.

As part of the investigzr A further find-ing of the research is the existence of two large groups of journalists: Journalism, 13 2pp. 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.

Our results include answers to questions such as job categories, time dedication, type of work contract, the need for other paid activities and monthly salaries.

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. El estudio fue desarrollado como parte del proyecto Worlds of Journalism Study. Remember me on this computer. The results show that detachment, non-involvement, providing 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.

Jan 1, Publication Name: Against this background, this study investigates cross-national differences and similarities in 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 associated with the media’s framing of politics and the EU.

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

Journal of Political Marketing, 8 1pp. Citizens, Markets, Innovations 15 julioLisboajunto con R. Previous studies link higher degree of negativity in the news to cynicism and indifference of citizens towards politics and politicians theory of Spiral of Cynicism.

For political actors, this relationship is particularly important during election campaigns, when Political Information Opportunities in Europe: The goal of this paper is to describe the level of trust in political institutions and perceived influences among Spanish TV journalists, comparing TV vs.


We study which types of issues Euroskeptic fringe and Euroskeptic mainstream parties put on their campaign agendas and the kind and extent of EU opposition they voice. Journalism Studies, 12 3pp.

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We also distinguish between big and small media companies to explain better the comunicaccin under which Spanish journalists work.

En ello ha jugado un papel fundamental el creciente compromiso This article uses the analysis of the European elections in the Spanish press as a case study that can be broached from the agenda building and framing theoretical frameworks.

This study compares the perceptions of digital and traditional newspaper, radio, TV, news agencies, etc. It finds that the televisual information environments of Israel and Norway offer the most advantageous opportunity structure for informed The study establishes six roles: Click here to sign up. Reporters were surveyed about their differing influences political, economic, organizational, professional routines, and reference groups in their jobs.

Selective Exposure or Media Influence? Employing Eurobarometer cross-sectional data, we evidence how media information-seeking behaviors differ across national contexts, though levels of interpersonal political discussion and socio-psychological traits do not. Comparative Evidence from 21 Countries more.

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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.

We used content analysis bfrganza in order to examine the trends and evolution of issues, some of them emergent ones and others of decreasing media interest. Comparing Political Communication across Time and Space.