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Political polarisation in Thailand is not as extreme as the international media makes it out to be, according to a US-based media expert. 

Hernando Rojas, an associate professor at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, said polarisation here is less severe than in many other countries.

Mr Rojas made the remarks yesterday at a seminar on "Media and Political Polarisation", jointly organised by the Thai Journalists Association and Burapha University's faculty of political science and law.

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