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For example, the news writers perceived that they enacted the function of defending a particular point of view more often than their ideals would otherwise have dictated. This finding is logical when considering the interpretative and opinion-based tradition of the Spanish press, as well as the hypotheses on clientelism and on the instrumentalisation of newspapers. This nuance suggests that journalists and the media share a similar vision of the importance of functions such as influencing public opinion, influencing decisions on public policies, and providing a current affairs analysis.
The root cause of the conflict is therefore located in either defending or not defending particular points of view. It may be the case that journalists attribute negative connotations to this function because of the normative strength of the objectivity myth. A clear example is the role of watchdog over economic and political powers, in which the journalists perceived the widest gap. Within a turbulent political and economic context, the professionals stated that they enacted the watchdog role less often than they wanted to.
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Similarly, they claimed that they were compelled to write news giving a positive image of political and economic leaders —status quo promoter role— more often than their ideals would otherwise have dictated. In the study by Raemy, Beck, and Hellmueller , Swiss journalists also stated that, while placing considerable importance on the watchdog role, they were ultimately unable to enact it as often as they would have liked to. The tendency was the opposite in the loyal facilitator-role, in which the journalists asserted that they enacted it more often than they considered appropriate.
In the absence of data for other countries, we can nevertheless glimpse a tendency for the perceived gap in the watchdog role to be the widest. Equally revealing is the perceived gap in the civic role. Again, we find that news writers wanted to enact functions such as encouraging people to take part in political activities and decision-making, defending social change and promoting tolerance and cultural diversity much more often than they did.
This highlights a tension between a professional culture interested in empowering citizens —at a time when inequalities had become more acute, and the abuses of the powerful had been uncovered— and certain journalistic firms who were inclined not to fuel the critical momentum against those holding power. Indeed, it is striking to find that the journalists acknowledged that they enacted the infotainment role more often than they wanted to. Indeed, they mobilised citizens, politically educated them and promoted social change civic role less often than their ideals would otherwise have dictated.
Conversely, they were compelled to entertain citizens more often than they considered fitting for their role in society. We can conclude that the empirical tests support the assertion that the Spanish press system, as a prototypical case of the Polarised Pluralist media system, is prone to creating professional role conflict between journalists and the newspapers for which they work, especially within a context of political and financial crisis. Likewise, the journalists were compelled to enact more than they considered necessary the loyal-facilitator role —promoting a positive image of the powerful— and the infotainment role—boosting entertainment.
Among future developments of this line of research, the following should be considered: a comparative analysis of the gap in other countries; a replication of the design with a sample of professionals working in other media radio, television, native digital newspapers and social media ; and an observation and analysis of the real gap between professional role conception and role manifestation in content. Mellado and van Dalen interviewed 75 Chilean journalists.
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And Tandoc, Hellmueller, and Vos used a sample of 56 American journalists. No acceptable models with explanatory power were found. APM Madrid: APM. Berganza, R. Burke, P. The Link between Identity and role performance. Social Psychology Quarterly 44 2 , Canel, M. Periodistas al descubierto. Madrid: CIS. From watchdog to watched dog: Oversight and pressures between journalists and politicians in the context of mediatization.
Cohen, B. The press and foreign policy. Deuze, M. What is Journalism? Professional identity and ideology of journalists reconsidered. Journalism, 6 4 , Hallin, D. Comparing media systems: Three models of media and politics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Hanitzsch, T.
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