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Assessing the co-occurrence of professional roles in the news: A comparative study in six advanced democracies

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posted on 2021-08-20, 08:15 authored by María Luisa Humanes, Claudia Mellado, Cornelia Mothes, HENRY SILKE, Patrick Raemy, Nikos Panagiotou
Occurrence of the interventionist, watchdog, loyal-facilitator, service, civic, and infotainment roles. The results show three main types of role co-occurrence—interventionist-watchdog, watchdog-civic, and interventionist-infotainment—from which intermediate roles emerge. The findings also shed light on the influence of organizational structures, journalistic routines, and local contexts on the interaction of different roles in professional practice.

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International Journal of Communication;15, pp.3558–3579

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University of Southern California

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