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Media Monopoly in the Service of Hegemony: Introductory remarks on the topic under research
Character Assassinations in the Media
The Technique of the Soft Grip: Shaping public opinion
The Terrorist Attack on New York: Biased Reporting and Editorials
The state of Public Finances: Obscuring and Filtering Information
The President and Prime Minister as Public Figures: Mimicry and Promotion by the Media
Supervised Neutrality of the Slovenian National Television: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Ideological Words
Ecnomic Development Strategy as a Political Game: Success per the Press
Media Attacks on the Catholic Church and the Slovenian Political Spring
The Technique of the Hard Grip: Discreditation and character assassination in the media
The Mysterious Disapperance of Laura Bush and Other Stories: The ten-year swan song of the independently dependent media
The Bajuk Government and the AVNOJ Decrees: A case of a preelection campaign
Blomberg in Italy and Pogorevc in Australia: a case of staged affairs as efforts to discredit
Writings in Political Orientation and Parties: The stigmatization of the Spring option
The Technique of Public Polling by the Media: Tallying up the results of indoctrination
The Goals of Market Research on the Media and Politics: Creating a New Kind of Public for Advertisers
The Right and the Left in the Forecasts of Election Results
The Methodological and Socio-Structural Validity of Poll Questions in the Dailies Delo and Dnevnik in 2000
Anonymity and Confidentiality in Polling: Conditions for Reliable Polling Results
Apologia of the Powerful and Discrimination against Minorities: Polling Reflecting Media Bias and Intolerance
The Mission of the Slovenian Media: Serving the power structures or civil society?
Prisoners of Fear and Guardians of the Silence about the Slovenian Holocaust
A Continuity of Symbols, Methods and Participants in Mass Indoctrination
Virtual Democracy in Post-Socialist Slovenia
Redistribution of Power, Fear and the Media: Devolution of Slovenian Democratic Culture?
Vision, Utopia or Illusion: The Media Service of the Hegemonic Historical Democratic Block?