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During the week following the assassination of Prime Minister Rabin in November 1996, the Israeli media were confronted with a liminal situation created by the unprecedented political violence. Among the problems that emerged were potential social disintegration and anomie. One of the major...
Developments in technology, deregulation and increased commercialization have combined to pose a threat to established ways of relating the activities and aspirations of mass media to the `needs of society'. At the core of the problem is the dilemma of reconciling media freedom with legitimate...
The aim of this article is to present the background and the strategies of French language policy and its impact on the media. The high point to date of language-protectionist efforts, Law 94-668 of August 1994 (loi Toubon), must be seen within the context of a series of developments whose roots...
Minority ethnic viewers originating in Islamic countries are more densely equipped with satellite television receivers than the majority population in France. Very little research has so far been conducted on the impact of satellite channels. This article is based on a qualitative survey...
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