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MANAGING INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE IN THE CASE OF THE CAMPAIGN FOR ELECTIONS TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN 2013

Goran Popović ; Hrvatsko komunikološko društvo, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Tanja Grmuša ; Visoka poslovna škola Zagreb s pravom javnosti, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Hrvoje Prpić ; Medianet, Zagreb, Hrvatska


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str. 14-34

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Managing information in the media is based on journalist and editorial evaluation of news value which is based on various criteria that determine whether an event will become news. Communicating political issues is occupying a large part of the media landscape, providing a legitimisation of political decisions, but also affecting political participation of citizens, which is getting smaller. Elections to the European Parliament are perceived as secondordered, primarily because citizens are poorly informed about the internal functioning and structure of the EU. A survey conducted in March and April 2013 during the official first campaign for the European Parliament elections in Croatia in the five widely-read newspapers (Jutarnji list, Večernji list, 24 sata, Novi list and Slobodna Dalamcija), by using a method of content analysis on a sample of 250 articles sought to determine the form of media coverage of the campaign, then issues related to the EU in general and to establish indicators of credibility and objectivity. The results showed unbalanced reporting in all analyzed newspapers with smaller news forms, and with a high level of credibility and objectivity in reporting, which was still disrupted with dominant onesided reporting.

Ključne riječi

selection of news, news value, political communication, political participation, elections to the European Parliament, credibility of reporting

Hrčak ID:

159918

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/159918

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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