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AR; a reading diary of the New York Times

Without a doubt, Michael Schudson has quite some authority on the field of political communication and democratic theory; if he expected that he can get away with publishing a rather informal, not quite scientific paper in a scientific journal (Javnost … Continue reading

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The million dollar question for the next decade

One need not idealize the newspaper press to recognize that to this day television, radio, and online news feed off the basic reporting that to an overwhelming extent comes from organizations whose economic survival no one knows how to guarantee. … Continue reading

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Sound bites in news shrink, role of journalists on the increase

Here is a recently published article – by Michael Schudson and Danielle Haas, taken from the Columbia Journalism Review. It describes the findings of a report by Indiana University professors Erik Bucy and Maria Grabe; most importantly (for me anyway) … Continue reading

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