By Frank Esser
Aimed toward supplying a finished knowing of comparative political communique, this quantity analyzes the media platforms of Europe and the USA. It considers no matter if election campaigns all over the world became "Americanized," how overseas information newshounds comprehend their jobs and bring diverse sorts of tv information courses, and the way governmental media kinfolk and information administration efforts evolve in several political structures. The publication analyzes transnational similarities and dissimilarities within the context in their strength results on society and democracy.
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A contrasting, though not necessarily incompatible interpretation of the effect of economic growth is Inglehart’s (1977) argument that affluence and the stabilization of liberal democracy led to the rise of postmaterialist values. This change in political culture is seen as undercutting the ideological divisions on which the old party system was based and making individuals increasingly unwilling to defer to the leadership of traditional organizations. It may in turn be related to the rise of new social movements raising issues that cut across traditional party lines.
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Xml CY425/Esser 0521828317 May 22, 2004 10:19 Barbara Pfetsch and Frank Esser transnational developments that the democratic potential of local press, radio, and television are compromised above all by economic competition and horizontal and vertical concentration processes. This causes a change in the culture of local journalism as well as in local media contents, which is not necessarily beneficial to a pluralistic local public sphere. In view of this disillusioning conclusion, Sabine Lang argues that local communication must not be limited to the local mass media.