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Do even journalists support media restrictions? Presumed political media influences and the consequences

Bernhard, U., & Dohle, M.
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, (91(2) ), (S. 250-271).
2014

German journalists are wary of the Internet. They fear that interactive and user-generated content might undermine their own professional status, according to a new study. Journalists in Germany also favour tighter state regulation of the Internet, although they are firmly opposed to any form of state intervention into the freedom of traditional media.

Ulf Bernhard and Marco Dohle from Heinrich Heine University Dusseldorf conducted an online survey of almost 1,700 German journalists to find out how “dangerous” journalists consider the Internet, as opposed to traditional media. They were also asked if they supported state intervention into media freedom.

http://en.ejo.ch/9359/research/journalists-afraid-internet?output=pdf

 

Zitation (APA)

Bernhard, U., & Dohle, M. (2014). Do even journalists support media restrictions? Presumed political media influences and the consequences. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, (91(2) ), 250-271.