Corpus ID: 157122397

Media-elite interactions in post-authoritarian Indonesia

  title={Media-elite interactions in post-authoritarian Indonesia},
  author={Nicole Pereira San Andr{\'e}s},
This thesis analyses media-elite interactions in post-authoritarian Indonesia. The introduction of legally guaranteed press freedom and democracy following President Suharto’s fall in 1998 changed the relationship between the media on the one hand and the political and business elite on the other. But what has been the significance of press freedom for elite politics? The argument of this thesis is that the politico-business elites have, to differing degrees, harnessed the concept of press… Expand
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