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Journalism and Austerity: Digitization and Crisis During the Greek Memoranda

by Christos Kostopoulos Emerald Publishing Limited
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Hbk 312 pages
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Using an original empirical study of the frame building process in the press, this book analyses the interplay between political economy and framing theories, focusing on what the frames found in the press can reveal about structural power struggles, and the contribution of journalism to democratic debate.

Chapter 1. The Media and the Economic Crisis: A Critical Juncture;

Chapter 2. Framing and Power Influences of the Media: A multi-level Political Economy Approach;

Chapter 3. When Politicians Lead the Tango: The Impact of the Crisis and New Technologies on Journalistic Practices and Frame Building;

Chapter 4. Issues of Journalistic Freedom: The Impact of the Organizational Structure and Editorial Stance on Frame Building;

Chapter 5. Setting limits to the debate: The interaction between the structures of politics, the economy and the press

Chapter 6. Conclusion: Framing and Political Economy as Complementary Approaches

Christos Kostopoulos is currently a Lecturer of Media
and Communication at Curtin University Malaysia. His research interests include
media framing and journalistic production of content, changing journalistic
practices in the face of increasing digitalization processes, media systems
research, political economy of the media, and disinformation and algorithmic
governance in the digital age.