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#1 2010-07-08 08:09:48

MimiD10
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need Estona to English Translator

Hi all
I need a translator for Estonia to English.I also need to learn Estonian Language,any tutorial or ebook to helpfull,anyone can inform me?
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mimi

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#2 2011-03-22 14:41:12

William1Will
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use google translator

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#3 2013-06-10 06:34:14

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Outside of the academic environment, a harsh and seemingly ever-growing debate has appeared, concerning political  how mass media distorts the political agenda. Few would argue with the notion that the institutions of the mass media are important to contemporary politics. In the transition to liberal democratic politics in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe the media was a key battleground. In the West, elections increasingly focus around television, with the emphasis on spin and marketing.

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#4 2013-06-17 18:51:03

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#5 2013-06-26 05:42:53

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Democratic politics places emphasis on the mass media as a site for democratic demand and the formation of "public opinion". The media are seen to empower citizens, and subject government to restraint and redress. Yet the media commonscentsopinions.com/]political are not just neutral observers but are political actors themselves. The interaction of mass communication and political actors -- politicians, interest groups, strategists, and others who play important roles -- in the political process is apparent. Under this framework, the American political arena can be characterized as a dynamic environment in which communication, particularly journalism in all its forms, substantially influences and is influenced by it.

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