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PR and the Media
A Collaborative Relationship?

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High Stakes
An Interview Study of Researchers’ Motivations for and Experiences of being Interviewed by Journalists

References Barnett, Steven (2002) Will a crisis in journalism provoke a crisis in democracy? The Political Quarterly, 73(4), 400-408. Bell, Allan (1994) Media (mis) communication on the science of climate change. Public Understanding of Science, 3(3), 259-275. Besley, John C., & Nisbet, Matthew (2011) How scientists view the public, the media and the political process. Public Understanding of Science, 22(6), 644-659. Blach-Ørsten, Mark, & Burkal, Rasmus (2014) Credibility and the media as a

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Crowning Moments
Transformative populist use of the media and the case of Carl I. Hagen

Introduction Existing research finds, first, that the media facilitate populism, as there is overlap between populist communication and media production styles (e.g. tabloidisation) ( Blumler & Kavanagh, 1999 ; Esser et al., 2017 ; Mazzoleni, 2008 Mazzoleni, 2014 ; Manucci, 2017 ; Mudde, 2004 ). Second, the media-savviness of populist leaders such as Jörg Haider, Carl I. Hagen, Geert Wilders, Silvio Berlusconi, Marine Le Pen, Nigel Farage and Donald Trump is frequently cited as a key factor in their political rise, even though this ability has not been

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Media Use in Estonia
Trends and Patterns

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The Social Aspects of Sport

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In this paper we evaluated the basic viewpoints on the mutual relations between contemporary sport and society. Sport is a global social phenomenon which is determined by a variety of different processes, including: the fast development of the industrial society and capital, an increase in leisure time, the development of a liberal democracy and the media. A special feature in these relations is the overall globalization process in today’s world. The basic structure of this paper is made up of two functional parts. In the first part we indicate the dominant theoretical-methodological paradigms in studying sport in social sciences, especially sociology: functionalism, conflict theory in society, interpretive and postmodern theory. In the second part of the paper we analyze the dialectics of contemporary relations between sport and society, where special attention is dedicated to the distribution of social power between sport, capital and the media at the local and global level. At the local level especially, there is a pronounced influence of politics on sport, which is realized through various mechanisms of government power, as well as other political subjects. The most solid bonds between sport and society on both levels are maintained by capital and the media, which know no boundaries. Through ownership and mechanisms of financing sports clubs and associations, athletes and athletic events, an entire network of capitalist relations in sport was created. Sport has become one of the most important factors of television programs, the internet and social networks, which has led to an enormous growth in profit and popularity of sport, but also to great changes in the social relations between people.

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The role of the media in the promotion of breastfeeding

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The Relation between Olympians and Employees of the Media in Hungary: Motivations, Attitudes, Rejection

tükrében Magyarországon /Sport and gender in the mirror of the media in Hungary at beginning of the 21st century/. PhD thesis, Budapest: Semmelweis University. Gálik, M. & Urbán, Á. (2014). Médiagazdaságtan /Studies in Media Economy/. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó. George, H.S. (2010). Globalizing Sport. Boulder: Paradigm Publisher. Jacquie, L.E. (2013). Sports Public Relations. London: Sage. Kovács, Á. (2016) View of Elite Athletes and Employees of the Media in Hungary: Values, Interests and Conflicts. Sport

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

References Albaek, E. (2011). The interaction between experts and journalists in news journalism. Journalism, 12 (3), 325-48. Berry, M. (2012). The Today programme and the banking crisis. Journalism, 14 (2), 1-18. Berry, M. (2016). No alternative to austerity: How BBC broadcast news reported the deficit debate. Media, Culture & Society, 38 (6), 1-20. Christians, C. G., Glasser, T. L., McQuail, D., Nordenstreng, K., & White, R. A. (2009). Normative theories of the media journalism in democratic

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Cameroonians in Oslo, Diaspora, and Uses of the Media

-99. Shi, Y. (2005) ‘Identity Construction of the Chinese Diaspora, Ethnic Media Use, Community Formation, and the Possibility of Social Activism’, Continium , 1(19), 55-72. Sreberny, A. (2000) ‘Media and Diasporic Consciousness: An Exploration among Iranians in London’, in S., Cottle (ed.) (2000) Ethnic Minorities and the Media: Changing Cultural Boundaries . Buckingham: Open University Press, 179-196. Sreberny, A. (2002) ‘Collectivity and Connectivity: Diaspora and Mediated Identities’, in G. Stald & T. Tufte (eds.) Global Encounters: Media and Cultural

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The Effects of the Media on Self-Esteem of Young Girls

. 21-34. HILL, A. J., and BHATTI, R. Body shape perception and dieting in preadolescent British Asian girls: Links with eating disorders. International Journal of Eating Disorders. [online]. 17, 1995, 2, pp. 175-183. Available from: ˂http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/1098-108X(199503)17:2%3C175::AID-EAT2260170211%3E3.0.CO;2-6/full˃ KNAUSS, C., PAXTON, S. J., and ALSAKER, F. D. Relationships amongst body dissatisfaction, internalisation of the media body ideal and perceived pressure from media in adolescent girls and boys

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