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The Sage Handbook of Political Communication

The Sage Handbook of Political Communication

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A cutting edge collection for this global and fast-moving field, edited by two of the world's leading political communications scholars.
Introduction: The Expanding Field of Political Communication in the Era of Continuous Connectivity - Holli A. Semetko and Margaret ScammellPART ONEEntertainment Media and the Political Engagement of Citizens - Michael X. Delli CarpiniDo Cosmopolitan Communications Threaten Traditional Moral Values? - Pippa Norris and Ronald InglehartPolitical Communication in a Changing Media Environment - Fred Fletcher and Mary Lynn YoungBlogging and the Future of News - Richard DavisPolitical Organizations and Campaigning Online - Rachel K. Gibson and Stephen WardPopular Culture and Political Communication - John StreetGovernment Communication: An Emerging Field in Political Communication Research - María José Canel and Karen SandersWhat's Good and Bad in Political Communication Research? Normative Standards for Evaluating Media and Citizen Performance - Scott L. AlthausPART TWODigital Media and Citizenship - Bruce BimberDigital Media and Youth Engagement - W. Lance Bennett, Deen G Freelon, Muzammil Hussain, Chris Wells The Internet and Citizenship: Democratic Opportunity or More of the Same? - Stephen Coleman and Jay G. BlumlerCivic Knowledge and Audiovisual Learning - Doris A. Graber and Gregory G. HolykWomen as Political Communicators: Candidates and Campaigns - Susan A. Banducci with Elisabeth Gidengil and Joanna EverittThe Impact of Negative Campaigning on Citizens' Actions and Attitudes - Kim L. Fridkin and Patrick J. KenneyChanges in European Public Service Broadcasting: Potential Consequences for Political Knowledge, Attitudes and Behavior - Kees Aarts and Holli A. SemetkoSocial Networks, Public Discussion, and Civic Engagement: A Socialization Perspective - Jack M. McLeod and Nam-Jin LeePART THREEMeasuring Affect, Emotion and Mood in Political Communication - Ann N. Crigler and Marion R. JustOnline Panels and the Future of Political Communication Research - Shanto Iyengar and Lynn VavreckSocial Networks and Political Knowledge - William P. Eveland, Jr., Myiah J. Hutchens and Alyssa C. MoreyUnderstanding the Content of News Media - Stephen D. Reese and Jae Kook LeeEthnography as Theory and Method in the Study of Political Communication - Debra Spitulnik Vidali and Mark Allen PetersonPolitical Visions: Visual Studies in Political Communication - Kevin G. Barnhurst and Kelly Quinn News Framing Research: An Overview and New Developments - Claes H. de Vreese and Sophie LechelerDynamics in Mass Communication Effects Research - Dennis Chong and James N. DruckmanPART FOURMedia, Power and U.S. Foreign Policy - Sean Aday, Robert M. Entman and Steven LivingstonNews Media and War - Piers RobinsonThe Power of Rhetoric: Understanding Political Oratory - Vanessa B Beasley The Power of Everyday Conversations: Mediating the Effects of Media Use on Policy Understanding - Jisuk Woo, Min-Gyu Kim, Joohan KimLeaders on the Campaign Trail: The Impact of Television News on Perceptions of Party Leaders in British General Elections - Holli A. Semetko, Margaret Scammell and Andrew KernerThe Interdependency of Mass Media and Social Movements - Rens Vliegenthart and Stefaan WalgravePART FIVEMedia Consolidation, Fragmentation and Selective Exposure in the US - Diana OwenDemocratization and the Changing Media Environment in South Korea - June Woong Rhee and Eun-mee Kim The Changing Landscape of Political Communications in China - Xian Zhou Political Communication in Latin America - Silvio WaisboardPolitical Communication and Media Effects in the Context of New Democracies of East-Central Europe - Hubert Tworzecki Post-Soviet Political Communication - Sarah OatesAl-Jazeera Arabic, Transnational Identity and Influence - Sam CherribiGrassroots Political Communication in India: Women's Movements, Vernacular Rhetoric and Street Play Performance - Christine GarloughPolitical Communication in Post-Apartheid South Africa - Ian Glenn and Robert MattesSome Caveats about Comparative Research in Media Studies - Paolo Mancini and Daniel C. HallinNever Waste A Good Crisis: The British Phone Hacking Scandal and its Implications for Politics and the Press - Richard Tait
This authoritative and comprehensive survey of political communication draws together a team of the world's leading scholars to provide a state-of-the-art review that sets the agenda for future study. It is divided into five sections:

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Autor: Holli A. Semetko
ISBN-13: 9781847874399
ISBN: 1847874398
Einband: Buch
Seiten: 557
Gewicht: 1166 g
Format: 262x187x38 mm
Sprache: Englisch
Editiert von: Holli A. Semetko, Margaret Scammell
Holli A. Semetko, PhD is vice provost for international affairs and director of the Office of International Affairs (OIA) and the Claus M. Halle Institute for Global Learning, and Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Media and International Affairs at Emory University. An award-winning scholar with more than 90 publications, her research on communication, information and public opinion in campaigns and international contexts extends from the United States, Turkey, and the European Union (EU) to India, China, and Korea. Most recently, she published the Sage Handbook of Political Communication (May 2012), which includes 41 chapters by leading scholars around the world on the latest research and developments in the field. Dr. Semetko is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, an advisor to The Carter Center China Program, and board chair of Emory's Confucius Institute in Atlanta. She sits on a number of non-profit boards and is a consultant to academic institutions and international media. She has held elected offices in the American Political Science Association, International Political Science Association, International Communication Association, and the World Association for Public Opinion Research. Her networks in the fields of politics and government, public opinion, and media span the globe. Before arriving at Emory in 2003, Dr. Semetko lived abroad first as a graduate student completing her MSc and PhD at the London School of Economics and Political Science in the UK, then as a research scholar in Germany, and later as a professor in the Netherlands. She received the Samuel Beer Prize for the best dissertation on British politics, and a fellowship from the German Marshall Fund of the U.S. supported her research in Germany. She had held teaching and research positions at the Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics, and Public Policy at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, Syracuse University's Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, and the University of Michigan. In Amsterdam, Dr. Semetko spent eight years as professor and chair of Audience and Public Opinion Research and served as chair of the Department of Communication Science. She was founding chair of the board of the Amsterdam School for Communication Research (ASCoR), a school for advanced research recognized by the Dutch Academy of Sciences (KNAW), where she remains an honorary professor. Major grants from the EU and Dutch National Science Foundation supported her research in the context of European governance, campaigns, and the economic integration process. Since her arrival at Emory in 2003, the university launched new international programs and partnerships with nations in Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East and North Africa. She has led numerous delegations to Asia, including China, India, Singapore, and South Korea, and has been a frequent visitor to Turkey, Morocco, and destinations in the EU. Her work has helped to obtain support from foreign governments and foundations to launch Korean at Emory in 2007 and the annual India Summit in 2010, and to expand Chinese language and culture offerings. As director of the Halle Institute for Global Learning, Dr. Semetko launched several new programs, including the endowed Turkish Lecture Series; Cartooning for Peace at the United Nations and Cartooning for Peace and Health at Emory; and the expansion of the Halle Institute's study trip program from Germany and India to Turkey, China, Korea, Brazil, and Indonesia. She established the Halle Institute's research program in 2004 to advance faculty research through expert meetings and conferences at Emory and abroad. A wide range of cosponsors, such as the European Central Bank; Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta; local offices of consul generals for France, Turkey, the UK, and Germany; and Nanjing University's Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences have helped to make symposia and other research events possible. Hundreds of scholars have benefited from the program. Dr. Semetko launched the Knowledge Futures initiative, an interdisciplinary program that sponsors conferences, panels, and speakers to address critical issues about the digital, mediated and wireless world. Alongside a team of Emory faculty and students, Dr. Semetko is already planning next year's India Summit, which will take place February 21-23, 2013. Cosponsors over the past three years have included the India, China & America Institute, the Embassy of India in the United States, WIPRO, and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). Maggie Scammell is a lecturer in media and communications. She was appointed to the LSE in January 1999. Before that she was for five years a lecturer at the School of Politics and Communications at the University of Liverpool, and a Research Fellow at Joan Shorenstein Center for Press/Politics, at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. She took her PhD at the LSE, investigating the Thatcher government's use of marketing and public relations.

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Autor: Holli A. Semetko
ISBN-13:: 9781847874399
ISBN: 1847874398
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.07.2012
Verlag: PAPERBACKSHOP UK IMPORT
Gewicht: 1166g
Seiten: 557
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 262x187x38 mm