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Pluralismus oder Populismus? Die politische Kampagnenberichterstattung in der Schweiz

  • Matthias A. GerthEmail author
  • Gabriele Siegert
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Zusammenfassung

Die Berichterstattung über politische Kampagnen in der Schweiz findet in einem Umfeld, in dem sich die Frage nach Pluralismus oder Populismus direkt stellt. Ein Umfeld, in welchem die Medien dem Druck politischer Akteure und PR-Berater ausgesetzt sind und sich Politiker ständig präsentieren und rechtfertigen müssen, wofür die Medien ein wichtiges Mittel sind.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Universität ZürichZürichDeutschland

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