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Diversity through Dualism. The Balancing Principle as an Organizational Strategy in Culture Departments of Newspapers
(Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2013-12)
This article examines the changes in cultural journalism in newspapers with regard to its dual field structure. The influence of media organizations’ policies on professionalist dualism is discussed based on the results ...
Political Scandal Tests Trust in Politicians The Case of the Finnish Minister Who Resigned Because of His Text Messages
(Nordic Counil of Ministers, Nordicom, 2014-11-25)
Political scandals have been observed to be increasingly common everywhere. In April 2008, the Finnish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Ilkka Kanerva, was compelled to resign because of the sensation arising from the ...
A Hidden Theory
(Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2015-10-21)
The present article analyses press coverage of the dramatic finance crisis and the ensuing European debt crisis in Europe, in three decisive periods. The authors conduct quantitative and qualitative content analyses of ...
Changing Media Preferences? Comparing the Perceived Importance of Television, Newspapers and the Internet in Finland, 1999-2009
(Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2013-11)
As the Internet provides extensive sources of information and entertainment platforms, traditional forms of media have come under scrutiny ever since the early days of the information and communication technologies (ICTs). ...
The Growth of Leading Regional Newspapers
(Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2014-06)
Theoretical research has modelled the existence of so-called advertising-circulation spirals of newspapers. The present article examines the existence and shape of the growth functions of circulation for leading regional ...
Widening or Closing the Knowledge Gap? The Role of TV and Newspapers in Changing the Distribution of Political Knowledge
(Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2012-08)
The public has gradually become more dependent on the mass media for their political information as alternative channels of political communication have been marginalized. Political knowledge is not equally distributed, ...