Changing Media and Changing Political Organization: Delegation, Representation and News

Japanese Journal of Political Science 8 (1):71-93 (2007)
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This article examines the ways that new communications technologies change the organization of politics as well as the content of news. Changes in the media lead to changes in the mediators, the persons who choose and interpret the news for the public. When new mediators convey different news stories or offer different interpretations from the previous regime, they redistribute control of politics and culture

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