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Definition Watchdog Model. Description.

The  Watchdog Model is the notion that the mass media are adversaries of government and of large corporations and watchdogs for the people, in particular the powerless and those who are not well organized in society.

Many journalist perceive themselves as defenders of justice and truth. They believe they should not represent the interests of politicians or top executives.

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  Media Watchdog Model Cases and Examples
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Compare with: Lap Dog Theory  |  Guard Dog Theory  |  Framing  |  Public Relations  |  Charismatic Leadership  |  Attribution Theory  |  Core Group Theory  |  Groupthink  |  Crisis Management  |  Corporate Responsibility

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