"This is war. You're part of it.": The Conflict Between the Mainstream and Alternative Media Before, During, and After Ukraine's Euromaidan
Ukraine faces a steep challenge as it works to reform itself and its situation vis-a-vis Russia. For a multitude of reasons, mainstream media in Ukraine has been consistently weakened over the course of decades. However, while mainstream media has declined, alternative media has flourished in Ukraine. The Ukrainian public appears to be more receptive and trusting of the novel and innovative alternative media sources in Ukraine that have worked to shape the public information space especially during periods of conflict such as Euromaidan and the war in the east. Using a conceptual framework established by Andrew Hoskins and Ben O’Loughlin, this paper looks at the forces shaping Ukraine’s media and the knock-on effects those forces have on the Ukrainian government itself.
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