Political Campaign Communication in the 2016 Presidential Election - Communication, Media, and Politics (Paperback)Robert E. Denton (author)
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Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Number of pages: 30
Weight: 82 g
Dimensions: 250 x 176 x 5 mm
Political Campaign Communication is an expert take on the many important roles that communication plays in political campaigns. Clearly organized and well written, the book draws on lively examples from the past and present to illuminate its subject matter. There is little doubt that the new eighth edition of this classic text will appeal to students and professors alike. -- Kevin M. Coe, University of Utah
The updated eighth edition of this book maintains its position as an outstanding and comprehensive examination of American political campaign communication, both in theory and practice. Because campaign procedures in other parts of the world are often inspired by campaign features initially elaborated in an American context, it will also be of great interest to international students and scholars. -- Lars W. Nord, Mid Sweden University
This book masterfully introduces and explains key concepts, terms, and contexts that help us understand campaign rhetoric and communication in the specific context of the U.S. political scene. Communication is at the core of every political campaign, and Trent, Friedenberg, and Denton make us smarter about how it works. Scholars of campaign rhetoric, media commentators, and general audiences all have something to learn from Political Campaign Communication. -- Paul Achter, University of Richmond
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