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Feb. 2,4 and 6 notes

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Feb. 2,4 and 6 notes Political Science 317

Dae 'Janae Anderson
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Media and Politics
Sanne Rijkhoff

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Dae 'Janae Anderson on Monday February 9, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Political Science 317 at Washington State University taught by Sanne Rijkhoff in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 132 views. For similar materials see Media and Politics in Political Science at Washington State University.


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Date Created: 02/09/15
POLS 317 2 February 2015 Cultural Pressure Political Pressure 0 Type of censorship 0 Report certain events but you do not want to get kicked out Economic Pressure 0 All about the big bucks 0 If it not profitable them they will not report it How many journalist are killed in 10 years 0 19932002 0 366 journalist were killed on the job 0 75 killed in Mexico drug trade 0 Daily hear about a journalist being captures Diplomacy Pressure 0 Leak stories 0 Have connections with other governments What should the relationship be between media and foreign policy 0 One view Realism Media public opinion should be separate from foreign policy Policy makers should form policies on national issues not on public opinions Make public opinionEpolicy Ask for natural media without any pressure from the media I This view received a lot of support after the war 0 Elite driven Model 0 A lot of support of the media for policy makers I Indexing 0000 0 Media is following what the government officials are saying 0 Media does not have anything to criticize 0 If there is a lot of disagreement they show these stories too 0 Media works as faithful servants for the elites O Rely on sources of the government especially when there is war Deadlines need to be met Reporting the elite opinion is justifiable O Perception management 00 0 Political economy I Rely on media sponsors I Advertisers have a prowar attitude as media you cannot go against it because they can take your money away I Ideological constants your with us or the enemy do not go against the elite O Patriotism and Nationalism I We do not want to be perceived as not patriotic I Rally around the ag I Need for humanitarian welfare 0 Media and policies should not be based on public opinions I If there is disagreement we will show both sides 0 There are deadlines we need to have a story 0 We elected these individuals into power 0 Do not want to portray ourselves as antipatriotic


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