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The Structure of Political Communication in the United Kingdom, the United States and the Federal Republic of Germany

A Comparative Media Study of "The Economist, Time</I> and "Der Spiegel</I>

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Josef Ernst

Political Communication in The United Kingdom, the United States and the Federal Republic of Germany differs in terms of what the peoples expect to take issue with, how they are prepared to talk about them, which choices they can make to solve problems and, finally, whom or which organizations they delegate to resolve them. This comparative media study of The Economist, Time and Der Spiegel attempts to extract the differences in politics of the three societies.
Contents: The effectiveness, stability, flexibility and efficiency of political communications - Paradigmatic environments of politics - The story structure versus the montage of politics.