New edition of the International Journal of Press/Politics released
The January 2016 issue of the International Journal of Press/Politics, edited by RISJ Director of Research Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, is now out.
It includes a series of original research articles on news media and political communication, including analysis of:
- The normative expectations citizens themselves have of what televised political debates are supposed to give them and do for democracy.
- An analysis of the distinct “networks of coproduction” that different kinds of journalists from different types of news media develop with NGOs and official sources around climate change summits.
- Historical research showing how social movements led, and newspapers followed, during Chile’s transition to democracy, as the legacy of authoritarianism continued to influence coverage long after the Pinochet regime ceded power.
All that and much more can be found here.