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The public sphere: Linking the media and civic cultures

Dahlgren, Peter LU (2005) In Media Anthropology p.218-227
Abstract
The perspective of the public sphere, despite its utility, has some gaps. Not least is its lack of sociological anchoring in the everyday lives and experiences of citizens. The text argues that we can illuminate the media's role in promoting or hindering participation in the public sphere by making use of the six-dimensional framework of civic cultures.
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public sphere, civic participation, civic cultures
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Media Anthropology
editor
Rothenbuhler, Eric
pages
218 - 227
publisher
SAGE Publications
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  • Scopus:84953303628
ISBN
1-4129-0670-9
language
English
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