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The Hans-Bredow-Institut examines the discourse on commentaries of German daily newspapers by means of a comprehensive content analysis.
Tiews, A. L. (2016): Rezension von "Schwarzhörer, Schwarzseher und heimliche Leser. Die DDR und die Westmedien" [Review of "Licence-Dodgers and Secret Readers. The GDR and West German Media"], Göttingen: Wallstein 2016, in: sehepunkte 16 (2016), No. 9 [15.09.2016], URL:...
Eilders, C. (2000): Media as Political Actors? Issue Focusing and Selective Emphasis in the German Quality Press. In: German Politics, Vol. 9 (3), pp. 181-206.
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