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The Transformation of Political Communication

Continuities and Changes in Media and Politics

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15 September 2008

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The relationship between politics and the media is continually evolving. This book explores the technological, political and social forces that affect the practice of political communication throughout the world today....

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The relationship between politics and the media is continually evolving. This book explores the technological, political and social forces that affect the practice of political communication throughout the world today. Offering a critical, historical approach, this book is for all students interested in the communication of politics.

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Burgeoning area of study in Communication, Media and Politics degree programmes
Written by a leading international academic in the field
Draws on examples throughout the UK, Europe, and the rest of the world.

Introduction
The Transformation and Professionalization of Political Communication: what does it mean?
Media and Politics: how and why political parties communicate politics
The Transformation of Political Parties organizational change and communication technologies
The Transformation of Political Parties organizational change and professional advisers in the communication of politics
Political Actors: transforming practices
Transforming Government Communication
The Transformation of Political Communication: the global context
The Internet: transforming political communication?
Conclusion: the transformation and professionalization of communication and its impact on politics
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RALPH NEGRINE is Professor of Political Communication in the Department of Journalism Studies at the University of Sheffield. His many publications include 'Parliament and the Media', 'The Communication of Politics' and 'T.V. and the Press since 1945'.

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RALPH NEGRINE is Professor of Political Communication in the Department of Journalism Studies at the University of Sheffield. His many publications include 'Parliament and the Media', 'The Communication of Politics' and 'T.V. and the Press since 1945'.

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