Key concepts in political communication / Darren G. Lilleker.

Author
Lilleker, Darren G. [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage, 2006.
Description
vii, 209 pages ; 22 cm.

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Subject(s)
Series
SAGE key concepts [More in this series]
Summary note
This is a systematic and accessible introduction to the critical concepts, structures and professional practices of political communication. Lilleker presents core concepts in political communication which cement together various strands of theory. From aestheticisation to virtual politics, he explains, illustrates and provides selected further reading. He considers both practical and theoretical issues central to political communication and offers a critical assessment of recent developments in political communication.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
  • Aestheticisation
  • Agenda-setting
  • Americanisation/professionalism
  • Audiences
  • Authenticity
  • Brands/branding
  • Broadcasting/narrowcasting
  • Campaigns/campaigning
  • Civil/civic society
  • Consumerism/consumerisation
  • Cynicism
  • Dealignment
  • Dumbing down
  • E-representation/e-politics
  • Electoral professionalism
  • Emotionalisation
  • Framing
  • Globalisation
  • Hegemonic model
  • Ideology
  • Image
  • Information subsidies
  • Infotainment
  • Legitimacy/legitimisation
  • Manufactured consent
  • Media-centred democracy
  • Media effects
  • Mediatisation
  • Message/messages
  • Negativity
  • News management
  • News values
  • Packaging
  • Permanent campaigning
  • Political advertising.
ISBN
  • 1412918316 ((pbk.))
  • 9781412918312 ((pbk.))
  • 1412918308 ((hbk.))
  • 9781412918305 ((hbk.))
  • 9786611244859
  • 6611244859
  • 9781847878380
  • 1847878385
  • 9781849724340
  • 1849724342
SuDoc no.
MED304
LCCN
2005928592
OCLC
64392763
International Article Number
  • 9781412918312
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