“DEPARTAMENTAL” AND “POST-SMOLENSK” CHILDREN. CONFLICTS AND DIVISIONS IN ILLUSTRATED SOCIAL MAGAZINES Cover Image

„RESORTOWE” I „POSMOLEŃSKIE” DZIECI. KONFLIKTY I PODZIAŁY W ILUSTROWANYCH MAGAZYNACH SPOŁECZNYCH
“DEPARTAMENTAL” AND “POST-SMOLENSK” CHILDREN. CONFLICTS AND DIVISIONS IN ILLUSTRATED SOCIAL MAGAZINES

Author(s): Tomasz Mielczarek
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Social Sciences, Media studies, Communication studies
Published by: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego
Keywords: opinion press;illustrated social magazines;conflicts;

Summary/Abstract: Since 1989 Polish opinion press has transformed into illustrated social magazines perceiving politics as one of many areas of civic activity. Recently, the press in question started increasingly to perform integrating functions, becoming a tool for the creation of group identity. It moved from a platform of ideological parallelism towards a platform political parallelism. Due to political factionalisation and the exploitation of Polish media, they could be classified under the so-called “Mediterranean model” characterised by close ties between the media and political system.

  • Issue Year: 16/2017
  • Issue No: 4
  • Page Range: 31-44
  • Page Count: 14
  • Language: Polish