El servicio público de televisión en el Reino Unido:cambio y europeización (1979-2010)

  • Esteban Arribas Reyes
Palabras clave: Servicio público de televisión, cambio y políticas públicas, dinámicas de integración europea, europeización, Reino Unido, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

Resumen

A partir del reconocimiento del peso de la historia en la continuidad o estabilidad de las políticas públicas, el presente artículo analiza el cambio en las políticas gubernamentales del servicio público de televisión en sistemas políticos europeos. El análisis se centra en las políticas de servicio público de televisión que implementa la BBC. El caso del Reino Unido es relevante porque la BBC es el paradigma de la independencia y autorregulación del servicio público de televisión en el mundo. Además, es un modelo que tradicionalmente ha servido como motor de cambio en las políticas de servicio público de televisión en el conjunto de los Estados miembros de la Unión Europea y también en la esfera global. La combinación novedosa de conceptos y teorías para el análisis del cambio en la fase de predecisión del proceso de elaboración de políticas públicas –definición del problema y formación de la agenda gubernamental–, junto con la introducción necesaria del enfoque de europeización de políticas públicas como desafío metodológico, nos permite completar las dinámicas del sistema político británico desde 1979 hasta el 2010. Se ha seleccionado este período de análisis porque en él se producen los cambios más profundos en el modelo de servicio público de televisión de la BBC, incluyendo aquellos que podrían derivar del proceso de integración europea.

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Biografía del autor/a

Esteban Arribas Reyes
Doctor Europeo en Ciencia Política por la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos y Master of Arts en European Integration Studies por la Universidad de Bradford (Reino Unido). Profesor Ayudante de Ciencia Política y de la Administración de la Universidad de Alcalá. Ha sido Visiting Fellow en la Universidad de Oxford y Marie Curie Fellow pre-doctoral en el Centre for European Studies de la Universidad de Bradford. Sus principales líneas de investigación se centran en el proceso de europeización de políticas públicas, calidad institucional, regulación de los medios de comunicación y responsabilidad corporativa de las televisiones en Europa.

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01-11-2011
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Arribas Reyes, E. (2011). El servicio público de televisión en el Reino Unido:cambio y europeización (1979-2010). Gestión Y Análisis De Políticas Públicas, (6). https://doi.org/10.24965/gapp.v0i6.9945