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‘Insufficient critique’ – The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry and the media

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Mass-Media Communication in Romania

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Over 1200 new publications have appeared in Romania since the fall of communism. Some of them don’t exist anymore, but there always appear new ones. The Romanian newspaper market comprises about 1500 publications most of which appear on a weekly basis and 200 daily newspapers. Television is the most familiar source of information. The radio landscape has changed considerably - similar to the television - since 1990. Besides the public broadcaster offering several programs, there are over 150 private local radio stations and various other channels. Despite the diversity of the Romanian press, we cannot yet speak of a completely free press (see the report of the Freedom House organization). The limitations of media freedom and freedom of speech are related to media ownership, but also with gaps in the national legislation. This study aims to contribute to the advancement in the conceptualization of qualitative journalism by proposing to analyze different situations of failure in investigative journalism and identifying factors that conduct to limitation of media freedom.

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Representation of Patriarchal Culture in New Media: A case study of News and Advertisement on Tribunnews.com

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Patriarchal culture has become the dominant issue in online media. Recently, online news and advertising media have less gender perspective. Its content tends to position women as marginalized subjects receiving negative stereotypes. This study aims to review women’s reality in online media, in the form of: 1) news published on tribunnews.com; 2) how women issues are presented by using gender perspective journalism. This research uses descriptive qualitative content analysis approach combined with discourse analysis method of Sara Mills with a focus on the position of the subject and the object. Tribun daily Media in its online form (www.tribunnews.com) is the locus of this research. Tribunnews.com is selected because it ranks in big three news portal in Indonesia, having an extensive and strong network as they are supported by more than twenty regional press. The results show that media has not been fully able to raise women’s issue in the mainstream. The media still portrays women within the bond of patriarchal culture, discrimination, and consumeristic lifestyle. The power of patriarchy dominates the news which marginalizes women. News content and its features follow the pattern of male dominating power. Tribunnews.com has been legitimizing gender bias by accepting exploitation on female’s physical appearance as normal and acceptable. In other instances, Tribunnews.com does not highlight intellectual and leadership values of women as actors. News in online media should be reformed to be more gender sensitive.

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Social Responsibility and Loyalty in Public Relations Codes

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Brand management and internationalization: A case study in the sports equipment industry

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Television News in the 1950s: New Medium in the Service of Soviet Power and Society

. Treufeldt, I. 2012. Ajakirjanduslik faktiloome erinevates ühiskondlikes tingimustes. Doctoral Dissertation. Tartu University, Faculty of Social Sciences and Education, Institute of Journalism, Communication and Information Studies, Tartu. Tuchman, G. 1980. Making News: A Study in the Construction of Reality. New York: The Free Press. Veskimägi, K.-O. 2005. Kuidas valitseti Eesti NSV-d.Eestimaa Kommunistliku Partei Keskkomitee büroo 162 ülesastumist 1944-1956. Tallinn: K.-O. Veskimägi. Wodak, R.; de Cilia, R.; Reisigl, M

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Management of Travel and Transport Destinations' Presentation in the Travel Specialized Print Media

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How do we study crowdfunding? An overview of methods and introduction to new research agenda

: Benefits and drawbacks. Economics and Management , 18 (1): 39–48, http://doi.org/10.5755/j01.em.18.1.3713 Vasileiadou, E., Huijben, J.C.C.M. and Raven, R.P.J.M. (2016). Three is a crowd? Exploring the potential of crowdfunding for renewable energy in the Netherlands. Journal of Cleaner Production , 128 : 142–155, http://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.06.028 Vogt, N. and Mitchell, A. (2016). Crowdfunded Journalism: A Small but Growing Addition to Publicly Driven Journalism – Analysis . Pew Research Center Journalism&Media. Obtained from: http://www.journalism

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Branding European countries in the aftermath of important political transitions

Journalism of Nationalism and Ethnicity, 5 (5), pp.873-892. Payne, A., Storbacka, K., Frow, P. and Knox, S. (2009). Co-creating brands: diagnosing and designing the relationship experience, Journal of Business Research, 62(3), pp. 379-389. Dorota Mielewczyk, Tomasz Czuba, (2011). Poland: the brand, Marketing Intelligence & Planning, Bradford, 29 (1), pp.63-68 Raftowicz-Filipkiewicz, M. (2012). Nation branding as an economic challenge for the countries of the Middle and East Europe on the example of Estonia, Equilibrium; Torun

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Different Web Credibility Assessment as a Result of One Year Difference in Education

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