Book Chapter

Foreign correspondents in Sweden: Professional challanges and strategies of domestication

Publication

Chapter Authors
Jessica Gustafsson, Andreas Widholm

Publisher
Routledge

Abstract

In recent years, news organizations across the world have undergone significant changes due to technological developments and increased economic pressures. As a consequence, newspapers as well as broadcasters have been forced to cut budgets and decrease the number of foreign correspondents (Hamilton & Jenner, 2004). This process has taken place in a time marked not only by extended political integration but also by severe economic crises across Europe. Most studies devoted to international news conclude that foreign ...

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Details

  • Type:
    Book Chapter (peer reviewed)
  • Anthology:
    Mapping Foreign Correspondence in Europe
  • Published:
    2014
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  • Language:
    English

About the Authors

Andreas Widholm

Andreas Widholm is Associate Professor of journalism in the Department of Media Studies (IMS) at Stockholm University, Sweden. His research addresses the relationship between media, politics and culture with a particular focus on journalism and so... Read more

Reference

Gustafsson, J. and Widholm, A. (2014). Foreign correspondents in Sweden: Professional challanges and strategies of domestication. In: G. Terzis, ed., Mapping Foreign Correspondence in Europe, London: Routledge.