Strategy and game framing


The news media’s tendency to cover politics as a strategic game has long been a key concern among many political communication scholars (see, e.g., Cappella and Jamieson 1997; Farnsworth and Lichter 2011). When news coverage is focused on winners and losers, politicians’ and parties’ performances, and campaign strategies and tactics, scholars have argued that these frames ‘deprive’ the public of quality journalism, which provides political substance and insight into real issues

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This paper was published in NARCIS .

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