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This article examines the relationship between government and media in the promotion of substantial policy innovations. Taking the general case of `Thatcherism' in the UK, it draws on research into media coverage of the Community Charge, a major shift in the fiscal basis of local government, in...
The following article describes an as yet almost unknown episode in the history of twentieth-century communication research. It starts in the 1920s with initiatives by the League of Nations to promote scientific approaches to the fledgling medium of cinematography, which began the expansion of...
This article undertakes an examination of the media-sport production complex focusing on the interdependencies between sport, media and marketing organizations. The development of American football in European societies is considered and a more detailed study of its emergence in English society...
Mediated conflicts are controversies between at least two parties who exchange information and arguments indirectly by the mass media. The discourse in mediated conflicts is influenced by its public character. By forwarding information and arguments to the media, conflict parties attempt to gain...
Increased attention is being paid to `smallness' as an analytical dimension as processes of internationalization and cross-media networking accelerate. To assure a certain `room for manoeuvre' of small states' media and to enhance regional identities in Europe — in some respects counteracting...
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