Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review

ISSN: 2223-5833

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The Media and Media Agenda-Setting: A Case Study of Venezuela


Susan M Fredricks*

Venezuela’s government and the media have an intertwined relationship; the government controls the media and the media influences the government. Utilizing data collected from the International Social Survey Programmer (ISSP), this study focused on Venezuelan’s history with the media and its citizens perception about which group influences the governments’ actions. The data indicated that the military and the media are the two most influential entities. A discussion and implications of these findings is included.


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