COVERAGE OF LARGE-SCALE REFORMS CARRIED OUT IN UZBEKISTAN IN THE PRESS OF POLITICAL PARTIES AND EXISTING PROBLEMS IN THIS AREA
Keywords:mediatization, weekly newspapers, content, political article, journalistic inquiry, party propaganda agencies, private media, government media
This article outlines the goals of political parties' rapprochement with the press, the types of media, and their classification. Based on theoretical data the coverage of large-scale reforms in Uzbekistan in the press of political parties by comparing the newspapers of the two parties published on a particular date is examined. The content, number and share of articles reporting on changes in political, socio-economic life in the paged of newspapers are analyzed. The existing problems of party publications in the subject matter and the reasons for them are scanned.
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