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As A Matter Of Fact: Journalism And Scholarship In The Post-truth Era

Mats Hyvönen
Published 2018 · Political Science

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This chapter discusses the consequences of mediatization and marketization for public discourse and debate, and offers a proposal for how the academy and the media can work together to meet the challenges that they face in a changing media environment.
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