News from Nov 16, 2018
When it comes to German-polish topics, the mass media often diverts the attention towards emotionally laden articles about the World War II and scandals. Generally, the German-polish public spheres do not share a united collective memory on historical events, but rather a divided one. Furthermore, the German-polish discourse has become confrontational. This is further reinforced by the currently weak public structures in the hybridizing media systems, which of course burdens the European integration. How these factors affect the current atmosphere will be discussed based on analytical observations on current developments in Polish-German public diplomacy as well as findings of the research project Media Functions in Transition and the German-polish Barometer.
Deutsch-polnische Öffentlichkeit: Herausforderungen durch strukturelle Öffentlichkeitsdefizite und Hybridisierung des Mediensystems
29.11.2018 | 18-20 Uhr | IfPuK | Hörsaal A | Ihnenstr. 21 | 14195 Berlin
Dr. Indira Dupius researcher of the Media Function in Transition project, Fu Berlin discusses with: