Publication
Title
The effects of organisational features on media attention for public organisations
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Abstract
This article seeks to explain the frequency and tone of media attention for public organisations. Expectations are formulated on the impact of fundamental organisational features on the frequency and tone of coverage of public organisations. A fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA) is used to analyse the nuanced interplay between legal independence, primary task and organisational size. The results show that this configurational approach is necessary to understand which public organisations appear in the media and how. Legal independence, task and size do not operate independently, but combine in explaining the media attention for public organisations.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Policy and politics / University of Bristol. School for Advanced Urban Studies. - Bristol
Policy and politics / University of Bristol. School for Advanced Urban Studies. - Bristol
Publication
Bristol : 2019
ISSN
0305-5736
Volume/pages
47 :2 (2019) , p. 245-264
ISI
000466083400003
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UAntwerpen
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Publication type
Subject
Law 
Affiliation
Publications with a UAntwerp address
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Web of Science
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Creation 02.01.2019
Last edited 15.10.2021
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