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We argue that during the financial crisis, economic news served as a dominant source of information for the public and as an influential factor in legitimating economic policy. We analyze (1) how German news broadcasts treated governmental intervention during the crisis and (2) selected effects...
This study examines the supply of political information programming across thirteen European broadcast systems over three decades. The cross-national and cross-temporal design traces the composition and development of political information environments with regard to the amount and placement of...
At a time when traditional media industries are searching for new models, the rapidly growing Indigenous media are gaining in confidence and influence. New Zealand’s Ma–ori Television Service (MTS) has been dubbed the country’s only real provider of public service television and has appeal...
The press plays a crucial role early in the preprimary presidential campaign, determining which candidates appear viable to voters, contributors, and other media. This process necessarily benefits some candidates over others. We analyze how the press winnowed the candidate fields of both parties...
Although the Communist Party of China has based its economic claims to legitimacy on its ability to raise individual living standards, the state’s earlier approach to encouraging some people to get rich first was rendered problematic after continual ruptures in the rural economy. Through both...
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