The UK Independence Party, populism and the British news media: Competition, collaboration or containment?

@article{Deacon2016TheUI,
  title={The UK Independence Party, populism and the British news media: Competition, collaboration or containment?},
  author={David Deacon and Dominic Wring},
  journal={European Journal of Communication},
  year={2016},
  volume={31},
  pages={169 - 184}
}
  • David Deacon, Dominic Wring
  • Published 2016
  • Sociology
  • European Journal of Communication
  • This article examines the rise of the UK Independence Party in Britain, and how this ‘revolution’ has been reported by mainstream news organisations. As a case study of the media and populism, UK Independence Party’s rise tends to confound rather than confirm some of the patterns and trends found in previous studies. There is little evidence that ‘media logic’ has worked to the party’s advantage and the recent increase in the intensity of media coverage of UK Independence Party is principally… CONTINUE READING
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