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Identification and Critical Analysis of the Problems in the Online Media Coverage and Media Relations Performance of the EP in Greece and in the UK

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This chapter presents a synthesis of the research findings of the examination of the EP online media coverage in the selected news websites in the UK and Greece and the results of the assessment of the EPLO’s media relations performance. The aim of this synthesis is to identify and critically analyse the reasons behind the problems in both the EP online media coverage and the EPLO’s media relations performance.

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Souliotis, D. (2022). Identification and Critical Analysis of the Problems in the Online Media Coverage and Media Relations Performance of the EP in Greece and in the UK. In: The European Parliament in the News . Contributions to Political Science. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-93809-3_8

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