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We seek to compare the media agenda in the and Comunkcacin elections by use of a content analysis in order to evaluate the impact of new real-world conditions the March 11 Madrid bombings and new strategies of political actors after the March 14 general elections concerning foreign affairs on the news coverage.

Introduction There is a comunicacjn of systematic research on populism and populist political communication in Spain, consisting as it does of mainly descriptive and case study work. We suggest continuing the study through explicative models that allow delving into the origin of the distrust.

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Digital opportunities and opinion leadership among europeans more. Politics of the Body. For political actors, this relationship is particularly important during election campaigns, when Two main hypothesis are explored.


Based on interviews with journalists from 20 countries, variation in trust is modeled across the individual level of journalists, the organizational level of news media, and the societal level of countries.

Our results include answers to questions such as job categories, time dedication, type of work contract, the need for other paid activities and monthly salaries. Political Communication in European Parliamentary elections, Publisher: Bergajza Communication in European Parliamentary elections, Chapter: Comparing Political Communication across Time and Space.

Journalism, 13 2pp. Journalism culture and power distance, however, seem to have relatively little weight in the calculus of journalists’ institutional trust. In Media We Trust.

InfluenceTrustTelevisionand Journalist. We create our own model of analysis and we applied it to 19 journalists.

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Selective Exposure or Media Influence? The Global Journalist in the 21st Century, Publisher: IV Jornadas Municipales Hombres y mujeres: The goal of this paper is determining the level of trust of Spanish journalists towards public institutions and verifying if media type, reach and ownership influence these levels.

A higher degree of negativity was found in items related to controversial topics, produced in formats of higher implication, and published by private, print or traditional media. MarketingPolitical Scienceand Political Marketing.


Evisence from across-national survey of journalists more. Conflict-related paragraphs were filtered and analysed. This article deals with the levels of trust that journalists working in eight post-authoritarian and post-totalitarian countries Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, Czech Remember me on this computer.

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We content-analyzed news pieces of The goal of this paper is to identify the level of trust of Spanish journalists in public institutions and to verify whether media type, regional scope and ownership influence these trust levels.

Western journalists are generally less supportive of any active promotion of particular values, ideas and social change, and they adhere more to universal principles in their ethical decisions.

Journal of Communication, 62, pp. Porto Alegre, Editora Sulina, Editors: Data confirmed that Spanish media depict political news in a negative way, although levels of negativity were lower than those of other European countries.

Impartiality, the reliability and factualness of information, as well as adherence to universal ethical invrstigar are also valued worldwide, though their perceived importance varies across countries.