In this chapter, we point to some of the changes and continuities that have char-acterised the interplay between news media and politics in Denmark during the last two decades. The chapter has three main focus areas: first, we present key institutions and players within the Danish political and media systems; second, we point to some of the theoretical approaches that have dominated political com-munication research in Denmark since the early 2000s, among them institutional and sociological perspectives; and third, we conclude by suggesting some of the differences between political communication in Denmark, as both practice and research field, compared to the other Nordic countries. We aim to balance the chapter between a media studies approach and a political science approach to political communication, but, contrary to much other Danish political communi-cation research, the chapter especially takes its point of departure in the former.
|Titel||Power, Communication, and Politics in the Nordic Countries|
|Redaktører||Eli Skogerbø, Øyvind Ihlen, Nete Nørgaard Kristensen, Lars Nord|
|Status||Udgivet - 2020|
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