Open Scotland? Journalists, spin doctors and lobbyists

William Dinan, D. Miller, P. Schlesinger

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    Abstract

    Scottish devolution brought high hopes for an open political culture. But how far have these been fulfilled? Open Scotland? argues that in the field of political communication, the old, established ways of the British state still remain firmly in place. Westminster and Whitehall still cast long shadows over Edinburgh. This book offers the first full-scale coverage of how media, politicians and lobbyists interact in the new Scotland.
    LanguageEnglish
    Place of PublicationEdinburgh, UK
    PublisherEdinburgh University Press
    Number of pages320
    ISBN (Print)1-902930-28-2
    Publication statusPublished - 2001

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    journalist
    political communication
    political culture
    decentralization
    politician
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    Keywords

    • scottish devolution
    • scottish independence
    • westminster
    • media
    • ploticians
    • lobbyists

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    Dinan, W., Miller, D., & Schlesinger, P. (2001). Open Scotland? Journalists, spin doctors and lobbyists. Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh University Press.
    Dinan, William ; Miller, D. ; Schlesinger, P. / Open Scotland? Journalists, spin doctors and lobbyists. Edinburgh, UK : Edinburgh University Press, 2001. 320 p.
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