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2013 | 6 | 1(10) | 89-104
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Bias, partisanship, journalistic norms and ethical problems in the contemporary Hungarian political media

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Journalistic norms have changed in the last 20 years in Hungary. Democratic journal- ism appeared by 1989, when the power of the communist party disappeared at a stroke. Journalists became free, and they “enjoyed” the internal-pluralism and supported their diff erent parties. On the other hand the parties tried to use the political media as an instrument. As a consequence of this situa- tion the main question of political journalism became the pro-government and the anti-government behavior in the 1990s. Th ose biases have caused semi-investigative journalism and simulated-investi- gative journalism in the last 10 years.
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6
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89-104
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  • EÖTVÖS LORÁND UNIVERSITY, HUNGARY
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