Pjesivac, Ivanka. (2016). Do demographics matter? Individual differences in perceived news media corruption in Serbia. Journalism Practice. DOI:10.1080/17512786.2016.1172943; Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17512786.2016.1172943
Abstract: This study examined individual differences in perceived news media corruption (PNMC), by conducting a face-to-face survey on a stratified random sample of the Serbian population (N=544). Extremely high levels of PNMC were found, as well as significant differences in PNMC scores for gender, education level, socioeconomic status, political affiliation, and membership in majority ethnic and religious groups. Corruption perception persona types were created and results were discussed in terms of importance of social integration for PNMC.
Determinants of news coverage of the Syrian refugee crisis
Abstract: This study employed international news flow theory to test the impact of the determinants of foreign news flow on the comprehensiveness of textual and multimedia coverage of the Syrian refugee crisis in the form of a live blog. A content analysis of live blogs (N=195) published in Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the United […]