“There’s Just Way More Places Operating in the Same Space”: Competition and Boundary Work in Australian and United States Political Journalism. Brookes, S. Journalism Studies, 21(3):319–335, 2019. Section: 319
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… mobilised in interviews, the analysis is also guided by a key comparative question posed by Carlson (2016, 361) when calling for consideration of the “metajournalistic discourse” …
@article{brookes_theres_2019,
	title = {“{There}’s {Just} {Way} {More} {Places} {Operating} in the {Same} {Space}”: {Competition} and {Boundary} {Work} in {Australian} and {United} {States} {Political} {Journalism}},
	volume = {21},
	issn = {1461-670X 1469-9699},
	doi = {10.1080/1461670x.2019.1644190},
	abstract = {… mobilised in interviews, the analysis is also guided by a key comparative question posed by Carlson (2016, 361) when calling for consideration of the “metajournalistic discourse” …},
	number = {3},
	journal = {Journalism Studies},
	author = {Brookes, Stephanie},
	year = {2019},
	note = {Section: 319},
	pages = {319--335},
}

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