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Media Logic and Science Policy: Science Policy in Mediatized Constellations of Politics, Science, and Media

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Our study focuses on the role of mass communication in the process of the governance of science in Germany and regards political, scientific and journalistic actors. We discuss and integrate the theoretical concepts of governance, social differentiation, actor-structure dynamics and mediatization. We also present a methodological concept that is based on triangulation of content analysis and interviews with decision makers in science, politics and media. This allows us to analyze media content (e.g. media frames, media agenda), media effects (e.g. frame setting, agenda setting) and influences on media (e.g. strategic framing, frame building, agenda building) as interwoven aspects of mediatized governance constellations. The guiding research questions are: (1) How do politics and sciences observe each other via mass media? (2) How do such observations influence decisions? And (3) what differences exist regarding diverse scientific traditions?

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Bloebaum, Bernd., Scheu, Andreas., Kutscha, Annika. and Volpers, Anna-Maria. "Media Logic and Science Policy: Science Policy in Mediatized Constellations of Politics, Science, and Media" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, TBA, Boston, MA, May 25, 2011 <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p487623_index.html>

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Bloebaum, B. , Scheu, A. M., Kutscha, A. and Volpers, A. , 2011-05-25 "Media Logic and Science Policy: Science Policy in Mediatized Constellations of Politics, Science, and Media" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, TBA, Boston, MA Online <APPLICATION/PDF>. 2014-11-26 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p487623_index.html

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Abstract: Our study focuses on the role of mass communication in the process of the governance of science in Germany and regards political, scientific and journalistic actors. We discuss and integrate the theoretical concepts of governance, social differentiation, actor-structure dynamics and mediatization. We also present a methodological concept that is based on triangulation of content analysis and interviews with decision makers in science, politics and media. This allows us to analyze media content (e.g. media frames, media agenda), media effects (e.g. frame setting, agenda setting) and influences on media (e.g. strategic framing, frame building, agenda building) as interwoven aspects of mediatized governance constellations. The guiding research questions are: (1) How do politics and sciences observe each other via mass media? (2) How do such observations influence decisions? And (3) what differences exist regarding diverse scientific traditions?


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