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Civil society stakeholders in media governance: An exploratory study on the impact of civic participation on media policy-making in the Taiwanese Anti-Media Monopoly case
I am interested in civil society stakeholders and ask how these influence media governance. My project looks at the Anti-Media Monopoly case in Taiwan as a case study in which an Anti-Media Monopoly Movement led to the draft of a new set of media policies – the Anti-Media Monopoly Act. The research question of my project is “To what extent if any did the Anti-Media Monopoly Movement (constituted by civil society stakeholders) impact media governance in Taiwan?” I am drawing upon theories from the field of contentious politics and social movements as well as new sociological institutionalism and (media) governance, which are integrated with the help of the Advocacy Coalition Framework. The methods employed in my project are legislative text analysis of the Anti-Media Monopoly Act and interviews with activists and policy-makers. They will be incorporated in a case study research design, in which the question is addressed from a top-down and a bottom-up perspective.
Supervisor: Damian Tambini
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