Central European Journal of Communication, Vol. 6, No 1 (10), Spring 2013, ss.168

Guest Editor’s introduction

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Pro-active media accountability? — an Austrian perspective

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transparency, media accountability, participation, Web 2.0, Austria

The natural framing of military conflict news. The 2008 war in Georgia in Resonance, Izvestia and The New York Times

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content analysis, media coverage, conflict, Russia, Georgia, newspapers

Media ethics in the development of journalism in Nigeria

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mass media, media ethics, code of ethics, mass media owners, journalism, society

A different kind of massive attack: How the Bulgarian Ultranationalist Party Ataka engineered its political success using electronic media

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media, nationalism, populism, xenophobic rhetoric

Can the Church use media communication channels? Inherent features of media communication channels relative to religious messages in the media

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media, religion, commerciality, agenda setting, formation

Bias, partisanship, journalistic norms and ethical problems in the contemporary Hungarian political media

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partisanship, journalistic norms, media ethic, semi-investigative journalism, Hungary

What can the history of communication studies tell us about its practical relevance in the future? The four “currencies” of academic success and an alternative chronology of the subject’s development in Germany since 1945

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sociology of science, history of communication studies, Germany, chronology, reputation, practical relevance

Regional — national — supranational. How the German press covers election campaigns on different levels of the political system

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Germany, election campaigns, election coverage, political system, political communication, quantitative content analysis

Interview: Profession in transition: Journalistic professionalism and its changes in Central and Eastern Europe

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