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Verursachen oder verschärfen die Massenmedien eine Krise der Demokratie? Die umfangreiche und mannigfaltige sogenannte Mediamalaise-Literatur geht davon aus, dass Medien in den westlichen Demokratien einen starken Einfluss auf Politik und Regierung ausüben und sie dadurch die Demokratie schwächen oder gar zerstören können. Medien – Presse, TV, Radio und Internet – sind in der modernen Gesellschaft mittlerweile allgegenwärtig und ihre negativen Folgen scheinen in jeden Bereich des politischen Systems vorzudringen. Manche argumentieren, dass die Medien nur einer von vielen Gründen für das Versagen und die Krise der Demokratie sind, doch andere gehen so weit zu behaupten, dass die Medien in Wirklichkeit bereits die Macht von Parlamenten und Regierungen an sich gerissen haben. Die Behauptung, Medien spielten eine bedeutende – und meist negative – Rolle in modernen Gesellschaft en, ist so verbreitet, dass sie mittlerweile zu einem unhinterfragten Gemeinplatz geworden ist.

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