Media has recently become the predominant molder of reality. Our public and private being is prisoned by the information universe created by media and our personal and communal existence is started to be shaped by the information which is strained from “media reality”. Despite the existence of different approaches towards the effect of media on political structure, there is a widespread acceptance on the assumption that the relationship between media and politics is interdependent.
This international symposium titled “Media and Politics” aims to discuss the interdependence of these two issues from a wide perspective of different theoretical approaches, rather than asking the limited question of whether media effects politics or vice versa.
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