The SAGE Handbook of Political Communication

Editor/Author Semetko, Holli A. and Scammell, Margaret
Publication Year: 2012
Publisher: Sage UK

Single-User Purchase Price: $176.00
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ISBN: 978-1-84787-439-9
Category: Social Sciences - Political science
Image Count: 61
Book Status: Available
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This authoritative and comprehensive survey of political communication draws together a team of the worlds leading scholars to provide a state-of-the-art review that sets the agenda for future study. The SAGE Handbook of Political Communication is an essential benchmark publication for advanced students, researchers and practitioners in the fields of politics, media and communication, sociology and research methods.

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Table of Contents

  • Notes on Contributors
  • Introduction: The Expanding Field of Political Communication in the Era of Continuous Connectivity - Holli A. Semetko and Margaret Scammell
  • Part I
  • 1. Entertainment Media and the Political Engagement of Citizens - Michael X. Delli Carpini
  • 2. Do Cosmopolitan Communications Threaten Traditional Moral Values? - Pippa Norris and Ronald Inglehart
  • 3. Political Communication in a Changing Media Environment - Fred Fletcher and Mary Lynn Young
  • 4. Blogging and the Future of News - Richard Davis
  • 5. Political Organizations and Campaigning Online - Rachel K. Gibson and Stephen Ward
  • 6. Popular Culture and Political Communication - John Street
  • 7. Government Communication: An Emerging Field in Political Communication Research - María José Canel and Karen Sanders
  • 8. What's Good and Bad in Political Communication Research? Normative Standards for Evaluating Media and Citizen Performance - Scott L. Althaus
  • Part II
  • 9. Digital Media and Citizenship - Bruce Bimber
  • 10. Digital Media and Youth Engagement - W. Lance Bennett, Deen G. Freelon, Muzammil M. Hussain and Chris Wells
  • 11. The Internet and Citizenship: Democratic Opportunity or More of the Same? - Stephen Coleman and Jay G. Blumler
  • 12. Civic Knowledge and Audiovisual Learning - Doris A. Graber and Gregory G. Holyk
  • 13. Women as Political Communicators: Candidates and Campaigns - Susan A. Banducci with Elisabeth Gidengil and Joanna Everitt
  • 14. The Impact of Negative Campaigning on Citizens' Actions and Attitudes - Kim L. Fridkin and Patrick J. Kenney
  • 15. Changes in European Public Service Broadcasting: Potential Consequences for Political Knowledge, Attitudes and Behavior - Kees Aarts and Holli A. Semetko
  • 16. Social Networks, Public Discussion and Civic Engagement: A Socialization Perspective - Jack M. McLeod and Nam-Jin Lee
  • Part III
  • 17. Measuring Affect, Emotion and Mood in Political Communication - Ann N. Crigler and Marion R. Just
  • 18. Online Panels and the Future of Political Communication Research - Shanto Iyengar and Lynn Vavreck
  • 19. Social Networks and Political Knowledge - William P. Eveland, Jr, Myiah J. Hutchens and Alyssa C. Morey
  • 20. Understanding the Content of News Media - Stephen D. Reese and Jae Kook Lee
  • 21. Ethnography as Theory and Method in the Study of Political Communication - Debra Spitulnik Vidali and Mark Allen Peterson
  • 22. Political Visions: Visual Studies in Political Communication - Kevin G. Barnhurst and Kelly Quinn
  • 23. News Framing Research: An Overview and New Developments - Claes H. de Vreese and Sophie Lecheler
  • 24. Dynamics in Mass Communication Effects Research - Dennis Chong and James N. Druckman
  • Part IV
  • 25. Media, Power and US Foreign Policy - Sean Aday, Robert M. Entman and Steven Livingston
  • 26. News Media and War - Piers Robinson
  • 27. The Power of Rhetoric: Understanding Political Oratory - Vanessa B. Beasley
  • 28. The Power of Everyday Conversations: Mediating the Effects of Media Use on Policy Understanding - Jisuk Woo, Min Gyu Kim and Joohan Kim
  • 29. Leaders 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 Kerner
  • 30. The Interdependency of Mass Media and Social Movements - Rens Vliegenthart and Stefaan Walgrave
  • Part V
  • 31. Media Consolidation, Fragmentation and Selective Exposure in the USA - Diana Owen
  • 32. Democratization and the Changing Media Environment in South Korea - June Woong Rhee and Eun-mee Kim
  • 33. The Changing Landscape of Political Communications in China - Xian Zhou
  • 34. Political Communication in Latin America - Silvio Waisbord
  • 35. Political Communication and Media Effects in the Context of New Democracies of East-Central Europe - Hubert Tworzecki
  • 36. Post-Soviet Political Communication - Sarah Oates
  • 37. Al-Jazeera Arabic, Transnational Identity and Influence - Sam Cherribi
  • 38. Grassroots Political Communication in India: Women's Movements, Vernacular Rhetoric and Street Play Performance - Christine Garlough
  • 39. Political Communication in Post-Apartheid South Africa - Ian Glenn and Robert Mattes
  • 40. Some Caveats about Comparative Research in Media Studies - Paolo Mancini and Daniel C. Hallin
  • 41. Never Waste a Good Crisis: The British Phone Hacking Scandal and its Implications for Politics and the Press - Richard Tait