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Rhetorical Studies Of National Political Debates 1996

Author : Robert V. Friedenberg
ISBN : 0275957381
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Focusing on the 1996 US presidential election campaign, this text explores the factors motivating Clinton, Dole, Gore and Kemp to debate, the goals of each candidate in debating, the rhetorical strategies, and the effects of particular debates
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Communication Consultants In Political Campaigns

Author : Robert V. Friedenberg
ISBN : 027595207X
Genre : Business & Economics
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A comprehensive look at the history and current practice of political communication consulting.
Category: Business & Economics

An Unprecedented Election Media Communication And The Electorate In The 2016 Campaign

Author : Benjamin R. Warner
ISBN : 9781440860669
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 47.65 MB
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Written by leading scholars in the field of political communication, this book provides a comprehensive accounting of the campaign communication that characterized the unprecedented 2016 presidential campaign. • Provides detailed coverage of the most salient issues in the 2016 campaign from multiple perspectives and frames of reference • Presents contributions from top scholars in political communication representing the very best doctoral programs in the field, including numerous past presidents of the National Communication Association's political communication division • Includes all-original, multi-methodological, quantitative and qualitative research, giving readers a fuller understanding of the trends in and effects and content of political communication in the election
Category: Political Science

The George W Bush Presidency

Author : Robert E. Denton, Jr.
ISBN : 9780739172698
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The George W. Bush Presidency: A Rhetorical Perspective, edited by Robert E. Denton, Jr., examines the rhetoric of former president George W. Bush across contexts of domestic policy, foreign policy, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and politics in general. The contributors to this volume variously analyze Bush’s inaugural and State of the Union addresses, as well as his political philosophy, policy issues, and the rocky relationship with the news media. Collectively, they provide insight into the role of public discourse in the campaigning and governing of the George W. Bush presidency.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The 2000 Presidential Campaign

Author : Robert E. Denton (Jr.)
ISBN : UOM:49015002807122
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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What led up to the great debacle of the American 2000 presidential election? Denton and his colleagues analyze the presidential campaign with a special focus on key topics and elements of political communication. Their analyses go beyond the quantitative facts, electoral counts, and poll results, inspecting the nuts and bolts of what became in one of the most controversial elections in American history. Each chapter focuses on a specific area of political campaign communication, including: BLThe early campaign periodBLThe nomination process and conventionsBLCandidate strategiesBLPresidential debatesBLPolitical advertisingBLThe use of the InternetBLNews coverageBLPolitical cartoons of the campaign This definitive resource is ideal for scholars, students, the general public, and other researchers interested in political communication, American elections, presidential studies, political sociology, and journalism.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Political Communication

Author : Richard M. Perloff
ISBN : 9781136688461
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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In this political communication text, Richard M. Perloff examines the various ways in which messages are constructed and communicated from public officials and politicians through the mass media to the ultimate receivers-the people. With a focus on the history of political communication, he provides an overview of the most significant issues in the study of politics and the media. In addition to synthesizing facts and theories, and highlighting the scholarly contributions made to the understanding of political communication effects, Political Communication addresses such factors as the rhetorical accomplishments of American presidents, the ongoing tangles between the press and the presidency, and the historical roots of politics as it is practiced and studied today. It also addresses major issues about the press and politics that continually resurface, such as question of press bias and the use and manipulation of media by politicians to accomplish national goals. As a comprehensive and engaging introduction to contemporary political communication, this volume provides all readers with a historical perspective on American politics and press and offers a unique appreciation of the strengths and virtues of political communication in America.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Campaign 2000

Author : William L. Benoit
ISBN : 0742529142
Genre : Political Science
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Campaign 2000 applies the functional theory of political campaign discourse--analyzing how messages acclaim, attack, or defend--to several different forms of campaign communication in the 2000 U.S. presidential primary and general election. These forms include political advertisements on television and radio, debates, television talk show appearances, campaign web pages, and convention speeches by candidates and their spouses. The authors also look at the election outcomes and explore lessons to apply to future campaign discourse.
Category: Political Science

When Race And Policy Collide Contemporary Immigration Debates

Author : Donathan L. Brown
ISBN : 9781440831256
Genre : Social Science
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Examining actual policy to identify the facts, this book exposes how racially charged political and legal debates over immigration reform in the United States continue to inform our immigration policy. • Covers policies pertaining to immigrants and immigration reform and relates these policies to associated topics such as language, bilingual education, housing, borders, and voting rights • Provides immigration policy analyses that are engaging and accessible to a wide range of readers • Examines past policy actions as well as findings from recent case studies, allowing readers to grasp the specific racial dimensions intertwined in these controversial policies and debates
Category: Social Science