RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT AND THE PRESS IN JAPAN
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HUSAIN, S. (1995). RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT AND THE PRESS IN JAPAN. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 35(1&2), 37-52. Retrieved from https://www.jsshuok.com/oj/index.php/jssh/article/view/359
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Abstract

The Japanese media and communication system are technologically ad-vanced and uniquely successful in Asia but have been criticized for their Inabillry in performing the watchdog function due to party iine proclivities. But suddenly the image ofJapan is changing again. Apparently, the media of this mighty economic power, Japan, continues to play an active watch-dog role, despite the fact that intrabureaucratic relation-ship that deter-mines the conduct of ministries there has the chief feature of decision-making by consensus.

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