Covering the European Union is one of the major challengens facing European political journalism in the twenty-first century. As still more policy-making tanscends the nationstate and the national Parliament, political reporting is struggling to keep up and find its feet in the 'network-state'as Castelles so aptly has named the EU. This thesis examines the possibilities and obstacles facing a transnational political journalism, ie a political journalism that trancends the nation state, but without losing sight of how the national and international constantly interact.
|Place of Publication||Danmark|
|Number of pages||468|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
|Series||Skriftserie for Journalistik på RUC|
- News Media
- Political communication