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Findings suggest that there are both important similarities and differences across countries with respect to the use of ibvestigar sources and that there are cases when the use of news sources is related to the framing of politics and the EU. InfluenceTrustTelevisionand Journalist.

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Televised Advertising in the European Parliamentary Elections: Journal of Political …. The present research, included within the The responses comuniccin these questions will be compared to the data obtained in the WJS pilot study ofas well as with the Spanish studies mentioned above.

Analysis reveals a dimensional structure of six distinct domains—political, economic, organizational, professional, bergznza Journal of Communication, 62, pp. The results show that detachment, non-involvement, providing political information and monitoring the government are considered essential journalistic functions around the globe.

With the internet threatening the way the media business is conducted, journalists not only have to take on more and more diverse functions, they also face a lack of job berganz, wage cuts, layoff plans and the closure of media outlets — all to the detriment of traditional journalistic standards.


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Stetka, C de Vreese Publication Date: The goal of this paper is to describe the level of trust in political institutions and perceived influences among Spanish TV journalists, comparing TV vs. We analysed the major newspapers of both types of media. This is particularly true with respect to European Parliamentary election campaigns, as these are often less salient and as people’s need for orientation is greater than in national elections.

This article deals with the levels of trust that journalists working in eight post-authoritarian and post-totalitarian countries Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, Czech Republic, Indonesia, Latvia, South Africa and Tanzania have in various social institutions using data from the verganza Worlds of Journalism Study. Modeling Perceived Influences on Journalism: Data also revealed partial differences in the levels of trust among journalists of different media type TV, radio, newspaper, online, etc.

Theoretical and practical implications are discussed.

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A higher degree of negativity was found in items related to controversial topics, produced in formats comuicacin higher implication, and published by private, print or traditional media. El estudio fue desarrollado como parte del proyecto Worlds of Journalism Study.

Journal of Political Marketing, 12 1pp. Perceived influences and trust in political institutions of public vs private television journalists in Spain more.

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The cross-national and crosstemporal design traces the composition and development of political information environments with regard to the amount and placement of news and current affairs programs on the largest public and private television channels.


Surveying 1, journalists from seventeen countries, this study investigates perceived influences on news work. Journalists and institutional trust perceptions in post-authoritarian and post-totalitarian countries more. For political actors, this relationship is particularly important during election campaigns, when Political Trust among Journalists. Journal of Political Marketing.

Results show some evidences of two different journalism cultures but also some similarities in the perception that journalists have of their own role and how they conceive objectivity in information. Trust is a societal value that is difficult to gain and easy to lose.

Our results include answers to questions bervanza as job categories, time dedication, type of work contract, the need for other paid activities and monthly salaries. Populist Political Communication in Europe. Location Madrid, Madrid, Spain.

Digital media journalists vs. However, there is only limited cross-national research on the media’s use of news sources and whether there are associations between the use of news sources and media framing.

A national representative survey of journalists was carried out as part of an international study Politics of the Body.