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新地理
Vol. 33 (1985-1986) No. 1 P 30-41

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http://doi.org/10.5996/newgeo.33.30

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There are two types of “chain” ownership of small daily townpapers in Japan; those which consist only of townpapers (type I), and those which are owned and/or controlled by prefectural papers (type II).
The author examines differences between these two types, through the closer look at the Iwanichi-Group in Iwate prefecture (type I), and the Ishinomaki-Kahoku in Miyagi prefecture (type II).
The study concludes that the type I group publishes a new “chain” townpaper only in the neighbouring area of its established territory, while the type II group locates a new townpaper more arbitrarily within the prefecture.

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