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It seems plausible that the more complex society and people’s everyday life become, and the faster the everyday life choices and decisions have to be made, the less the traditional universal newspaper seen as a department store of information can offer solutions to people’s epistemic needs (see The Economist, 16 May 2009: 73–74). g. Calhoun, 2008). There are several problems with this claim, however. The first is the assumption that the national public sphere is constructed around the issues that the news media deems relevant, and that this sphere disperses, that is, the issues lose their relevance, if and when the quality journalism declines.
Comparative media and communication research is therefore structured 46 THE RESEARCHING AND TEACHING COMMUNICATION SERIES in a “binary comparative semantic” (Hepp & Couldry, 2009: 37), comparing two or more ‘containers’ and their ‘contents’ with each other: Comparative media and communication research in Europe and beyond invariably boils down to comparing ‘one country’ (and its media system, market and culture) with another. As we have outlined elsewhere (Hepp & Couldry, 2009: 37–41), we need a much more sophisticated transcultural comparative approach that at the same time reflects the complexity of present media landscapes and accepts the still existing relevance of the nation, especially in the field of political communication.
NIEMINEN / MEDIA IN CRISIS? 37 centuries. A central part of democratization process was an attempt for integration of the whole population to the nation-building project, and in the main, the media served this aim well. This is what we have called the social mission of the media. In essence, it has aimed at social and cultural pacification and stabilization in the name of national interests. Media’s role in serving the two masters of political and economic systems worked well as long as the news media could facilitate and balance for the both functions.