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Title: The hybridization of journalistic cultures : a comparative study of journalistic role performance
Authors: Mellado, Claudia
Hellmueller, Lea
Márquez-Ramírez, Mireya
Humanes, Maria Luisa
Sparks, Colin
Stepinska, Agnieszka
Pasti, Svetlana
Schielicke, Anna-Maria
Tandoc, Edson
Wang, Haiyan
Keywords: Role Performance
DRNTU::Social sciences::Communication
Journalistic Cultures
Issue Date: 2017
Source: Mellado, C., Hellmueller, L., Márquez-Ramírez, M., Humanes, M. L., Sparks, C., Stepinska, A., . . . Wang, H. (2017). The Hybridization of Journalistic Cultures: A Comparative Study of Journalistic Role Performance. Journal of Communication, 67(6), 944-967. doi:10.1111/jcom.12339
Series/Report no.: Journal of Communication
Abstract: Influential research on comparative media systems identifies distinctive models according to which certain countries—particularly advanced democracies—share key features in their journalistic cultures. Revisionist literature has not only emphasized the limitations of such models, but also highlighted the hybridization of journalistic cultures elsewhere. This article tests the hybridization thesis, analyzing the presence of six journalistic roles in print news from 19 countries (N = 34,514). Our findings show patterns of multilayered hybridization in the performance of professional roles across and within advanced, transitional, and nondemocratic countries, with journalistic cultures displaying different types of hybridity that do not resemble either existing ideal media system typologies or conventional assumptions about political or regional clusters. The implications of these findings for future studies are discussed.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10356/81379
http://hdl.handle.net/10220/49066
ISSN: 0021-9916
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jcom.12339
Rights: © 2017 International Communication Association.
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