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In contrast to many other western countries, Sweden still has a party press system. The historical background of the Swedish party press, its present situation and its possible future is outlined in this article. The party press is an integral part of the Swedish political structure. It worked...
The aim of this article is to analyze the base of a party press system. The central question is how the Swedish party press was affected by structural changes in the newspaper market during the process of newspaper concentration. The article first focuses on the degree of party press readership...
Recent studies of American elections have shown that, to a significant extent, the mass media set the agenda for the election campaigns. The priorities of the news media become the priorities of the voters. But the priorities of the voters may be based on sources other than the news media. The...
This article deals with three aspects of the well-known “information gap” phenomenon. The author takes a starting point from a broadened definition of the information gap including not only knowledgeability itself, but also the information processes that precede and follow it, i.e.,...
First, the concept of objectivity in news reporting is presented in a scheme, assumed to contain its main components. The author's practical experiences from eight major objectivity studies, in which the components are operationalized and applied in content analyses, are reported and discussed....
International radio broadcasts are relatively common elements in the international flow of communication. They can be used for a number of different purposes. An important one is the distribution of propaganda. This article contains a presentation of the analyses of international propaganda...
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