Study indicates bias in German media coverage of Greek crisis

Society Tags: Media

German media reports on the Greek debt crisis have been characterised by bias and superficiality, with most of the coverage opinionated and judgemental, an in-depth study by a German think tank has found.

Commissioned by the Hans Böckler Foundation, which is linked to the country’s largest trade union federation DBG, the report found that members of the Greek government were invariably represented in a negative light.

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