Journalistic Culture in Poland, Russia and Sweden
Edited By Gunnar Nygren and Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska
It is an unusually tightly focused volume that sheds much light on the values, roles and working conditions of these journalists in a revealing comparative perspective. It is a model of well-conceptualized and carefully conducted comparative cross-national journalism research.
David H. Weaver, Bloomington, Indiana University, USA
Journalism and politics
In this chapter we try to find answers to some questions which are linked with the relationships between journalists and media in three countries around the Baltic Sea:
We hope that the answers to these questions will help us to verify this hypothesis:
We wonder how the theoretical concepts presented above, as a quality of democracy, press freedom, political parallelism, a hybridization of media system, are reflected in the empirical material collected in 2012 in Poland, Russia and Sweden. In the first part, we analyze the personal political orientation of journalists and their interests in politics and political questions in society. We search for their professional values and ethics in a context of relationship with politics. In the second part, we try to find out what journalists thought about their profession and how they evaluated a state of connection between media and politics in each country.
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