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In their own words: A normative-empirical approach to journalistic roles around the world

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Bibliographic reference Standaert, Olivier ; Hanitzsch, Thomas ; Dedonder, Jonathan. In their own words: A normative-empirical approach to journalistic roles around the world. In: Journalism. Theory, Practice & Criticism, Vol. -, no.-, p. - (2019)
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