Democratic Deaf-icit? Looking at newspapers in Finland, Germany and the UK, it seems that citizens have very different chances to learn what their European representatives are up to

Eisele, Olga (2016) Democratic Deaf-icit? Looking at newspapers in Finland, Germany and the UK, it seems that citizens have very different chances to learn what their European representatives are up to. Pademia Research Note Series No. 5. , 4 p.

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What do citizens get to hear about the European Parliament (EP)? Since Brussels and Strasbourg are far away, most people follow the EP through the media. PADEMIA member Olga Eisele looks at newspapers to assess whether and how the European Union’s only directly elected institution is portrayed in the media. She finds large differences in EP coverage between countries. In addition, especially in the United Kingdom, the national parliament completely steals the EP’s show.

Item Type: Discussion/ Working Paper (Unspecified)
Funders: European Commission (EACEA)
Research Groups: European Integration
Status: Published
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Date Deposited: 27 Oct 2016 06:35
Last Modified: 27 Oct 2016 06:35
URI: http://irihs.ihs.ac.at/id/eprint/4091

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