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Have The Media any Power ?

The place taken by the media in the political system in the recent period has undoubtedly contributed to the strengthening of their dimension as a countervailing power and, taken all media together, has increased their role in the political debate. While the various powers have integrated information in the logical course of their action, it can still make an independent intrusion and disrupt pre-established plans. In the age of the internet and social networks, a fifth power has emerged which threatens the predominance of information. In this context, the media can launch into a ruthless and useless competition or, instead, establish their particular role in the public space thanks to the meticulousness of their work.

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Référence électonique : David KESSLER, "Have The Media any Power ?", Pouvoirs, revue française d’études constitutionnelles et politiques, n°143, 143 - La séparation des pouvoirs, p.105-112 . Consulté le 2022-12-02 06:34:11 . URL : https://revue-pouvoirs.fr/Have-The-Media-any-Power.html