Number 11

Spring 2003.
The role of the media in Central Europe and in Europe

CONTENTS
Main Articles

THE ROLE OF THE MEDIA IN CENTRAL EUROPE AND IN EUROPE


Alison Harcourt and John Horgan: Exordium to the special issue on Governance, Enlargement and the Media
Alison Harcourt: Media Markets and regulation in accession states
Christoph Meyer: Exploring the European Union’s Communication deficit: Old Problems and New Departures
István Hegedűs: After the Accession Talks, Facing the Referendum: Hungary and its Media Joining the European Union
Gergely Hideg: Public Opinion in the Accession Countries
Laura Simionescu: Values in the Media. “Europe” in the East European Media
Sandra B. Hrvatin and Lenart J. Kucic: Slovenia: Monopoly – a Social Game of Trading in Media Shares
Marju Lauristin and Hagi Shein: Public Service Broadcasting in Estonia
Karol Jakubowicz: EU Media Policy Orientations and Prospects for Public Service Broadcasting in New Member Countries
Mario Oetheimer: A European Freedom of Expression Barometer: Strengthening Media Freedom through co-ordinated Monitoring by the Council of Europe and the European Union
Zsolt Boda, Balázs Kiss and Kata Berta: Campaign on the Net. Parties, Papers and Palavers in the 2002 Hungarian Elections
Ashok Kumar Upadhyay: Reflections on the Theoretical Development of Concept of Justice

R e p o r t s  a n d  C o n f e r e n c e s
About the ECPR – Present and future
Central Europe Beyond Enlargements – CEPSA Annual Meeting in Vilnius
Globalization, Integration and Social Development in CCE
The Quality of Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe: ESF Conference
List of Approved Standard Grants and Scholarships of IVF

B o o k   R e v i e w s
by Tibor Szabó: Three Social Science Disciplines in Central and Eastern Europe
by Endre Domonkos: Lithuanian Political Science Yearbook 2001