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dc.contributor.authorMazumdar, Suruchi-
dc.identifier.citationMazumdar, S. (2019). Free market media, democracy and partisanship : A case study of Kolkata's newspaper's: A coverage of anti-industrialisation protests. International Journal of Communication, 13, 1077-1098. doi:10.32657/10356/69003en_US
dc.description.abstractThis article studies how multiple news media’s different partisan political interests and professional journalistic norms intersect and alter the media system’s ability to represent diversity. Through a case study of the news coverage of anti-industrialization protests in the East Indian city of Kolkata and by drawing on political economic critiques and theories of political communication, this article argues that “hybrid” forms of professional journalism remain central to a media system’s ability to represent differences or “external pluralism.” This article proposes the conceptual framework of “hybrid partisan system” to account for the changes in a media system due to the intersection of multiple news media outlets’ partisan alliances and professional interests.en_US
dc.publisherInternational Journal of Communicationen_US
dc.subjectPartisan mediaen_US
dc.subjectCommercial modelen_US
dc.subjectJournalistic professionalismen_US
dc.subjectMedia systemen_US
dc.titleFree market media, democracy, and partisanship: a case study of Kolkata’s newspapers’ coverage of anti-industrialization protestsen_US
dc.institutionJinal School of Journalism and Communicationen_US
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