Analyses of the international project Political and Media Populism: “Refugee Crisis” in Slovenia and Austria from the (dis)comfort of the living room
The 14th General Conference of the European Consortium has moved online due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
At the recent meeting of the research group we have set up a research model to study the impact of populist politics and media on the formation of public...
At the meeting of the research team we tested the methodology used to study party and media populism in the case of reporting on migration on television.
In an article in the journal Journalism, Mojca Pajnik and Majda Hrženjak analyze that the media do respond to the changed conditions of media production.
Marko Ribać, researcher analysing populism in the POPMED project, published empirical findings of the ongoing research in two reports.
Article by Brankica Petković was published on Liberties Website.
The project ‘s aim is to reaffirm media freedom and counter disinformation and hateful propaganda in Western Balkans and Turkey’.
Study on sustainability of professional journalism in media business environment in the Western Balkans
The study, developed for the TACSO 3 project, aims at providing the assessment of the media landscape in six Western Balkan countries from an economic perspective.
The project aims at mutual learning on countering hate speech online and at responding to hate narratives in Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia, countries on the Balkan migration route.
Consortium partners address the problem of lowering democratic standards in Slovenia and reducing the space for civil society organizations to work in the field of human rights, equality and...
The project aims to strengthen the capacities of journalists in Slovenia for efficient response and gaining public support.
This research investigates the nexus between political parties, media and populism with regard to the so-called “refugee crisis” (2015-2016 until today) in. Slovenia and Austria.
New book about the role of the Web for right-wing populist political parties and movements across Europe edited by Mojca Pajnik and Birgit Sauer (Routledge).
Public service values in media and journalism are endangered and therefore need to be monitored and protected.
Ours and Yours. On the History of Slovenian Newspaper Discourse of the 19th and Early 20th Centuries
"The story of the emergence of Slovenian newspapers in the broad sense is at the same the story of the emergence of the creation of Slovenian nationalism."
Media Preferences and Perceptions. A Survey Among Students, Ethnic Minorities and Politicians in Slovenia
"Is the emergence of the so-called citizen journalism, made possible by digital technology, actually increasing the power and influence of citizens in relation to media and other power centres?"
"Striving for EU membership is a prerequisite for the economic development of aspiring countries and their climb up the European hierarchy."
In these essays, a series of authors get to grips with the multiple facets of “nano-media.”