|aMass media and political communication in new democracies /|cedited by Katrin Voltmer.
|axvii, 262 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aRoutledge/ECPR studies in European political science ;|v42
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tThe mass media and the dynamics of political communication in processes of democratization : an introduction /|rKatrin Voltmer --|tThe role of the press in times of transition: the building of the Spanish democracy (1975-78) /|rCarlos Barrera and Ricardo Zugasti --|t'In the name of democracy' : the paradox of democracy and press freedom in post-communist Russia /|rHedwig de Smaele --|tConflicts of interest? : debating the media's role in post-apartheid South Africa /|rHerman Wasserman and Arnold S. de Beer --|tIn journalism we trust? : credibility and fragmented journalism in Latin America /|rSilvio Waisbord --|tOld and new media, old and new politics? : on- and offline reporting in the 2002 Ukrainian election campaign /|rNatalya Krasnoboka and Kees Brants --|tElectoral campaigning in Latin America's new democracies : the Southern Cone /|rRoberto Espindola --|tDemocratization and election campaigning in Taiwan : professionalizing the professionals /|rGary Rawnsley --|tWhere's the party? : television and election campaigns in Russia /|rSarah Oates --|tThe internet in politics : democracy in e-government in Taiwan /|rMing-Ying Lee --|tDoes 'trust' mean attention, comprehension and acceptance? : paradoxes of Russian viewers' news processing /|rEllen Mickiewicz --|tPolitics and the media in post-communist Russia /|rStephen White and Ian McAllister --|tNew democracies without citizens? : mass media and democratic orientations : a four country comparison /|rKatrin Voltmer and R鋎diger Schmitt-Beck --|tPolitical Communication between democratization and the trajectories of the past /|rKatrin Voltmer
|aMass media|xPolitical aspects.
|aCommunication in politics.
|aEuropean Consortium for Political Research.
|3Table of contents|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0511/2005010413.html