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The Role of the Media Agenda in a Context of Political Polarization
Authors: González-Rodríguez, J.J. (Juan Jesús)
Novo, A. (Amparo)
Keywords: Media system
Agenda setting
Attribution of responsibility
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Navarra
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ISSN: 2174-0895
Citation: GONZÁLEZ RODRÍGUEZ, J. y NOVO, A., "The Role of the Media Agenda in a Context of Political Polarization" en:Comunicación y Sociedad, vol. XXIV, n. 2, 2011, pp.78-131.
This article addresses the role of the media agenda in the context of political polarization that has predominated in Spain over the last decade. Starting from a first hypothesis regarding the relationship between political polarization and the median voter, the article focuses not only on the ability of the media to impose and manage a specific thematic agenda, obsessively concentrated on terrorism, but also to make the government responsible for the subjects on the agenda, as can be seen from the dominant framing of terrorism:“weakness and concession”.
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