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Governance and the media: exploring the linkages

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To understand contemporary governance one needs to be cognisant of the manner in which media, and perhaps more generally, information, is used as a component of the process. The fundamental contention of the mediatisation literature is that institutions and organisations adapt to the pervasive role of the media, and this paper argues that the same is true for processes of governance. Thus, contemporary governance reflects the extent to which the formal and informal actors in governance have adapted their behaviours to the media environment within which they function. Whatever the goals of a government, they must pursue those goals within the environment shaped (in part) by mediatisation.
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Keywords: GOVERNANCE; INFORMATION PROCESSING; MEDIA

Document Type: Research Article

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Publication date: 2016-01-15

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