| Paschalidis Panagiotis|
Dr. Paschalidis Panagiotis "holds a Ph.D. in Media and Communication (Universite Paris III- Sorbonne Nouvelle). He was a post-doctoral researcher in the department of Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies of the University of Macedonia (2013-2015) and a visiting professor in the department of Journalism of the Aristotle University (2017). His research interests include the study of media representations of the Balkans in the Greek and international media, the representations of Balkan countries in the Greek media and the coverage of the refugee/migrant crisis in the European and Greek media."
“The most common characteristic of the news stories found in the Greek newspapers is the insistence on the factual aspects of the story... quite understandable since in most cases the news stories of the Greek newspapers are composed by the information provided by news agencies... the strong pro-Russian sentiment in the Greek public opinion seems to have influenced the Greek newspapers not to emphasize Russia’s involvement.”
Paschalidis Panagiotis (March 2018) Reactions to the “Skripal case” in Greek newspapers