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Political Journalism Content in a New Era: The Case of Finnish Newspapers, 1995-2015.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):European Journal of Communication. Aug2022, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p373-392. 20p.

Abstract:This article observes how developments in politics, society, the media, and journalistic ethos impact political journalism content in Finland between 1995 and 2015. The focus is on three newspapers: the dailies Helsingin Sanomat and Aamulehti, and the ...

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The real fourth estate? Portrayals of Trump's rise in the foreign media of friendly countries.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Policy Studies. May-Jul2022, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p838-859. 22p. 1 Diagram, 2 Charts, 1 Graph.

Abstract:That the news media should operate as an impartial and responsible "fourth estate" in a democracy is a pervasive ideal, but there are serious obstacles – economic, organizational and political – to its achievement in practice. These obstacles, we argue...

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"Affective News" and Attitudes: A Multi-Topic Experiment of Attitude Impacts From Political News and Fiction.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. Dec2021, Vol. 98 Issue 4, p1078-1103. 26p.

Abstract:Popular entertainment often involves political messages, and entertainment elements are now commonly used in politics coverage. This study examines how suspense drives impacts of political entertainment media content on attitudes, building on the "affe...

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EDITORIAL: Fighting self-delusion and lies.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Pacific Journalism Review; Jul2022, Vol. 28 Issue 1/2, p7-10, 4p

Abstract:An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses articles in the issue on topics including press and the truth, distortion and falsehood, and former Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte's government's hostility against media.

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The Trouble with Frictionless Briefings.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):Columbia Journalism Review. Fall2021, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p12-15. 4p. 1 Color Photograph.

Abstract:The author discusses issues concerning the U.S. White House press briefings given to news media organizations. It explored the way U.S. press secretary Jen Psaki responded to a question about the sale of the artwork by Hunter Biden, son of U.S. Preside...

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Our Damned Trump Fixation.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):Columbia Journalism Review. Fall2021, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p6-11. 6p. 1 Color Photograph.

Abstract:The author offers insights on issues concerning mass media, political journalism, and former U.S. President Donald Trump. Topics discussed include the media attention received by Trump during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, the reporting of the de...

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THE WRONG STUFF.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):New Republic. Apr2020, Vol. 251 Issue 4, p12-17. 6p. 1 Color Photograph.

Abstract:The article discusses the negative impact of the U.S. 2012 election on political journalism. Topics covered include the errors made by political reporters in the 2016 race, the concept of pack journalism, and the media's misguided coverage of the 2020 ...

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Blessed be Discord, 1910: Ricardo Flores Magón's Manifesto Mode.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Bulletin of Latin American Research. Apr2021, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p285-298. 14p.

Abstract:This article explores how Ricardo Flores Magón used images to transpose the graphic tradition of nineteenth‐century Mexican political journalism into prose by deploying montage to craft both allegorical and prismatic images: while certain images are di...

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Does a Speaker's (In)formal Role in News Media Shape Perceptions of Political Incivility?

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media. Feb2021, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p24-45. 22p. 1 Chart.

Abstract:We used a media-focused vignette experiment to test how speaker role and norm-violation level influenced perceived incivility, including respondents' age, gender, and partisanship as covariates. One vignette involved deception regarding immigration in ...

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