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2018 | 21 | 4 | -
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CHANGES IN MEDIA CULTURE OF MINORITIES IN SLOVAKIA BETWEEN 2004 AND 2017 ON THE BASIS OF QUESTIONNAIRE RESEARCH (A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS)

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The development and associated life conditions of members of national minorities in Slovakia is influenced by several factors. This article’s hypothesis is that one of the significant factors determining the quality of life of national minorities is the degree to which minorities follow media output focussed on them. This article interprets the scale of minorities’ engagement with selected media categories (in print, radio and television) using questionnaire collection data in the APVV project. Additionally, the aim of this contribution is to monitor the development of the culture of national minorities in the media sphere through comparing the current research results with the research of the previous project from 2004. Due to the national heterogeneity of Slovakia, an important step by Slovak governmental organizations has been the monitoring and subsequent support and further development of nationality cultural activities. Besides a number of organizations, associations, theatres, museums, associations, civic groups and national minorities groups which organize many cultural activities, the minority culture is also supported by regular radio and television broadcasts on Slovak Radio and Television stations (RTVS) – which was established as public, national, information, cultural and educational institution. The analysis of the results of the questionnaire from the current APVV project confirmed the statistical significance of the minority factor both in relation to the minority press as well as in relation to the minority broadcasting of RTVS on both the radio and television. In summary, the relationship between the rates of following of the minority press and broadcasting by the relevant minority is interrelated with the life and development of the national minority itself; and, correspondingly, this directly affects the rate of minority broadcasting.
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  • Institute of Social Sciences, Centre of Social and Psychological Sciences of SAS, Košice, Slovak Republic, heldakova@saske.sk
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