By Douglas Brommesson, Ann-Marie Ekengren
This publication examines lower than what scope stipulations international coverage actors undertake media common sense. The authors examine media good judgment less than 3 particular scope stipulations: uncertainty, id, resonance. First, they lay out the overall edition of media good judgment within the normal debate of the UN common meeting 1992-2010. They then discover the difference of media common sense in Finland, Sweden and the uk about the instances of humanitarian intervention in Côte d’Ivoire and Libya, either in 2011. the consequences point out the necessity to flow past the belief of a basic strategy of mediatization affecting politics in overall. in its place, they element towards a nuanced technique of mediatization much more likely less than definite scope stipulations and in sure political contexts.
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