Theory and Practice of Political Communication Research, The

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Mary E. Stuckey
SUNY Press, 1996 M01 1 - 236 páginas
Focusing on theoretical and methodological insight, this book brings together scholars from a variety of fields whose research is guided by diverse analytical approaches. Instead of focusing on what divides scholars, the authors explore areas of intellectual community, building a more systematic and rigorous understanding of political communication. By broadening and deepening understanding of the field, this book provides insight into political processes that would otherwise be lacking.
 

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Persuasion
1
Analyzing
28
Cracking Televisions Protective
56
Reflections
67
Language and Image in the Interpretation of Power
84
Equal Time Within Televised Presidential Debates
95
Presidential Rhetoric in Political Time
122
A Social Constructionist Approach
142
Body Mind and Soul in the Gulf War Debate
159
Telling
177
Methodological Quandaries
196
Conclusion
224
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Mary E. Stuckey is Associate Professor of Political Science at The University of Mississippi. She is author of The President as Interpreter-in-Chief; Getting Into the Game: The Pre-Presidential Rhetoric of Ronald Reagan; and co-author of The New American Presidency (second edition); Leadership and the Bush Presidency: Prudence or Drift in an Era of Change?; and Playing the Game: The Presidential Rhetoric of Ronald Reagan.

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