Edited By Zbigniew Oniszczuk, Dagmara Głuszek-Szafraniec and Mirosława Wielopolska-Szymura
This book is the fruit of scientific research conducted using quantitative and qualitative methods regarding the mutual relations between the media elites and the political elites in Poland. The authors of this work focus on several virtuous aspects of this issue: on the characteristic model of opinion-forming journalism, also on the differences presented by female and male journalists in the assessment of the relations between politicians and journalists, as well as on the differences between local and national level of mass media in terms of external and internal autonomy of journalists, next on the importance of opinion-forming media in the process of creating a sense of political subjectivity in their recipients, and finally on the phenomenon of politicization of cultural issues in opinion-forming weeklies in Poland.
List of Tables
Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Relations Between Elites in the Mass Media and Politics
Tab. 1.1: The conviction about the influence of mass media on politics (in percent). Source: Pfetsch and Mayerhöffer, 2011: 48.
Tab. 1.2: Most time-consuming activities of journalists in contacts with political actors (in percent). Source: Hoffjann and Lohse, 2016: 205.
Tab. 1.3: Communities or institutions that have priority for parliamentarians (in percent). Source: Hoffjann and Lohse, 2016: 207.
Professional Autonomy of Local and National Journalists
Tab. 4.1: The belief of journalists regarding the influence exerted on the media by various entities (in percent). Source: The “Relationship between the mass media and political elites in Poland in the perspective of German experience” Project Survey, 2016–2019.
Tab. 4.2: The independence of the media from the influence of politicians according to journalists (in percent). Source: The “Relationship between the mass media and political elites in Poland in the perspective of German experience” Project Survey, 2016–2019.
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