The Greek Crisis in the Media debates and dissects the extent to which the Greek response to the financial crisis has been given a fair and balanced coverage by the press and questions how far politics and national stereotypes have played their part in the reporting of events. By placing the Greek experiences and treatment alongside those of other EU members such as Portugal, Ireland, Italy and Spain, Tzogopoulos examines and highlights similarities and differences in the ways in which different countries tackled the challenges they faced during this crucial period and explores how and why the world's media reported these events.In the view of former Prime Minister Papandreou, the Greek crisis goes handinhand with that of the eurozone. As he explained to the President of Europe , Jan Claude Juncker, in July 2011: a#39;no matter what Greece does [. ... hesitant in providing quick and efficient solutions to the Greek debt crisis and in blocking its possible contagion. ... Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown concentrated on the impact of Europea#39;s slowness in agreeing on the Memorandum of Understanding andanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Greek Crisis in the Media|
|Author||:||Dr George Tzogopoulos|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2013-06-28|