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      Media strategies in lobbying process. A literature review on publications in 2000-2018.

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          This study examines how the media and journalists are used in lobbying processes. To explore the topic a systematic review of the literature in peer-reviewed journals published between January 2000 to June 2018 was undertaken. The findings of this paper indicate that lobbyists and interest groups engage with a plethora of various strategies and systematic methods when influencing or trying to advocate the work of journalists and media organisations. The findings shed the mystery of lobbyists and interest group’s communicative attempts. This study increases the knowledge of the relationships between journalists and lobbyists in lobbying processes. Based on the literature review, the paper presents a categorised model of media influencing strategies in lobbying process.

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          Academicus : International Scientific Journal
          Academicus Journal
          01 January 2019
          : MMXIX
          : 20
          : 34-50
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          7cd4c948c5134d8cbaec4443926bac24
          10.7336/academicus.2019.20.03

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          Social Sciences
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          Economics as a science
          HB71-74

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