The Political Communication Reader gathers together key writings in a unique one-volume resource. The selected texts are grouped into thematic sections, each introduced by the editors, covering such areas as: * the exercise of power, media and democracy * the media and elections * media effects * political participation and the media * the personalization of politics * new technologies and the reshaping of political communication. Available as a companion Reader to Brian McNair's Introduction to Political Communication textbook, students will find The Political Communication Reader a valuable resource in this popular subject area.
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Author Biography - Ralph Negrine
Ralph Negrine is Director of Research at the Department of Journalism Studies, University of Sheffield. His research interests are in political communication and media policy. Recent publications include Television and the Press Since 1945 (1999), and The Communication of Politics (1996). He is also co-editor of The 'Professionalization' of Political Communication in Europe (2007). James Stanyer is Lecturer in Communication and Media Studies at the Department of Social Sciences, Loughborough University. His research focuses on developments in political communication in advanced industrial democracies. His work has appeared in a wide range of academic journals and he has also authored two books, The Creation of Political News (2001), and Modern Political Communication (2007).