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Macmillan Higher Education

Political Communication

A Critical Introduction

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Palgrave

Pages: 208
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30 December 2016

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This major international text introduces the key themes, issues and theoretical approaches in the field. A central concern is to put the politics back into the study of communication by posing key critical questions about...

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This major international text introduces the key themes, issues and theoretical approaches in the field. A central concern is to put the politics back into the study of communication by posing key critical questions about power and ideology: what is being communicated, by whom, how, in whose interests, and with what effects and implications?


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  • This text gives a critical reflection on the field and nature of political communication
  • It endeavours to restore politics to the debate by asking political questions about political communication
  • Written by a prolific author who is an expert in the field?

Introduction
1. What is political about political communication?
2. Why does political communication matter?
3. Who are the audience/s?
4. How do governments and politicians communicate?
5. How is news communicated politically?
6. How is politics communicated beyond the news?
7. How is politics communicated beyond the nation state?
8. How do citizens communicate politically?
Conclusion: Politics and Power.

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Heather Savigny is Associate Professor in Politics & Gender at Bournemouth University, UK. Her most recent publication is in Feminist Media Studies (2016) and she has published and co-edited books with Palgrave, Continuum and Ashgate.

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Heather Savigny is Associate Professor in Politics & Gender at Bournemouth University, UK. Her most recent publication is in Feminist Media Studies (2016) and she has published and co-edited books with Palgrave, Continuum and Ashgate.

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