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Reviewing Social Democratic Corporatism: Differentiation Theory and the Norwegian Labor Press

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The article responds to Hallin and Mancini's (2004) request for studies to follow up their comparison of media systems. They argue for structural-functionalist differentiation theory, and the article reviews the Norwegian Labor Press from that perspective. It also demonstrates the necessity of employing all of structural-functionalism when studying party press parallelism. By doing so, the Norwegian study leads to other conclusions concerning commercialization and autonomy, parallelism and political change, professionalization and instrumentalization, and power.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Statistics Norway, Department of Social Statistics,

Publication date: 01 April 2008

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