Democracy and Media in Central and Eastern Europe 25 Years On

Democracy and Media in Central and Eastern Europe 25 Years On



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783631654088
Publisher: Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
Publication date: 12/20/2015
Series: Studies in Communication and Politics Series , #4
Pages: 291
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x (d)

About the Author

Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska is a Full Professor at the University of Wrocław (Poland). She is founder and editor of Central European Journal of Communication, and was president of the Polish Communication Association.
Michał Głowacki is an Assistant Professor at the University of Warsaw (Poland). He is the associate editor of Central European Journal of Communication.

Table of Contents

Contents: Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska: 25 years after communism: four models of media and politics in Central and Eastern Europe – Auksė Balčytienė: Institutions and cultures: an analytical framework for the study of democratization and media transformations in Central and Eastern Europe – Svetlana S. Bodrunova/Anna A. Litvinenko: Four Russias in communication: fragmentation of the Russian public sphere in the 2010s – Natalija Mažeikienė/Kristina Juraitė: Back to the future? Puzzling transformations of post-Soviet television – David H. Weaver: Central and Eastern European journalists in comparative perspective: demographics, working conditions and professional values – Svetlana Pasti: A passion for Robin Hood: a case study of journalistic (in)dependence in Russia – Vasyl V. Kucherenko/Cindy T. Christen: Guarded or guardless? The role of political knowledge in spotting manipulation in news about international affairs and resisting its persuasive effects – Marína Urbániková/Jaromír Volek: Journalism student culture in the Czech Republic, Poland, and Sweden: a comparison of selected dimensions – Jelena Kleut/Dušan Spasojević: Monitory democracy online: a case study of two Serbian civic initiatives – Václav Štětka/Radim Hladík: Too much buzz about nothing? uses of social media in Czech news production – Agnieszka Hess: The Polish think tank scene – Mariyan Tomov/Lilia Raycheva: The Facebook image of the 2013/2014 social protests in Bulgaria – Michał Głowacki: Conclusions: mapping the outcomes of media transformation in Central and Eastern Europe.

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