Dina Vozab

Dina Vozab
University of Zagreb · Department of Media and Communication

PhD

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Introduction
Dina Vozab currently works at the Department of Media and Communication, Faculty of Political Science, University of Zagreb. Dina does research in Political Communication and Communication and Media.

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Digitalne publike vijesti u Hrvatskoj 2017.-2021. Analiza na temelju anketa u projektu "Izvještaj o digitalnim vijestima" Reutersovog instituta za istraživanje novinarstva Sveučilišta u Oxfordu.
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This paper shows changes in the normative expectations of journalism through an analysis of articles published in Croatian scientific journals about journalism in three time periods: socialism, the transition period, and the period of democratic consolidation. Using qualitative content analysis we identify a total of fifteen themes related to journ...
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Digital high-choice media environments (Prior, 2007; Van Aelst et al., 2017) lead to fragmented and polarized news consumption. The concept of news repertoires was introduced to analyze media use in a cross-media environment. News repertoires were found to be diverse across countries, to be dependent on age groups, socioeconomic status, and to have...
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Cilj ovog rada je prikazati tradiciju istraživanja odnosa medija i političke participacije u disciplini političke komunikacije, te izazove koje društvene, tehnološke i političke promjene stvaraju za tu disciplinu. Zbog ograničenosti discipline na usko paradigmatsko područje, politička komunikacija teško prilagođava teorijske koncepte i metodološke...
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This article explores patterns of mediatized participation of European citizens and the way they differ across different media systems, in a multilevel, cross-national comparative research design. Mediatized participation is operationalized as audience practices on the Internet. The media system is conceptualized through the theoretical model of di...
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The study aims to show how sources of information about politics and political parties affect citizens’ post-electoral expectations. The theoretical framework is from the agenda--setting theory, which postulates that the media influence "what we think about". Based on a survey conducted on a representative sample of Croatia's citizens after the par...
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Journalism is known to be culturally specific in historical terms, while cross-country studies have demonstrated differences in journalistic milieus in different political regimes. This article applies a multilevel, cross-national comparative research design to explore the patterns and sources of influence that act on the professional practices of...
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Although non-profit or third-sector media are recently a contentious and widely discussed issue in Croatia, there is hardly any knowledge about the audiences of non-profit media and their relationship towards democratic politics. Theoretical framing of the normative role of non-profit media in democracy preceeds the empirical analysis of its role f...
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This chapter addresses the position of female professionals in decision-making in key media industries in Croatia by focusing on the research results from the WIME project. The chapter presents a short review of the literature on the position of female media workers in the Croatian media industry and the legal framework concerning gender equality i...
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This article explores the relationship between the media-use patterns of European audiences and the institutional contexts of digital media systems in a multilevel, cross-national comparative research design. A theoretical model is proposed for describing contemporary digital media systems, applied through cluster analysis to a set of 22 European c...
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All the most important theoretical models developed for comparing media systems stress the importance of the structural aspect in defining the main dimensions that shape the media field. In this text we focus on audience behaviour in media systems as an aspect of agency, understood in sociological terms as part of the structuration process, and we...
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This article will try to explain the relationship of civil society and participation with traditional and new media, based on experiences and attitudes shared through interviews with members of eight civil society organizations (CSOs). After description of civil society in Croatia, the paper focuses on three models of reaction of CSOs to mass media...

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