Political Campaign Communication

by Robert E. Denton Jr. (Editor)
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Political Campaign Communication: Theory, Method, and Practice brings a diversity of issues, topics, and events on political campaign communication around the concepts of theory, method and practice. The volume contains studies of political campaign communication utilizing a wide range of empirical, rhetorical, content analyses and social science methodologies as well as a variety of foci on the practice of political campaign communication with studies on the communication dimensions and elements of political campaigns. It reflects the growing depth, breadth, and maturity of the discipline and provides insight into a variety of topics related to political campaign communication.

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William L. Benoit (Collaborator), Kevin M. Coe (Collaborator), Joan L. Conners (Collaborator), William O. Dailey (Collaborator), Carly de Anda (Collaborator), Robert E. Denton Jr. (Collaborator), Edward A. Hinck (Collaborator), Robert S. Hinck (Collaborator), Shelly S. Hinck (Collaborator), Allison Koehn (Collaborator), Jim A. Kuypers (Collaborator), Ron Lee (Collaborator), Melody Lehn (Collaborator), Hayley McCarron (Collaborator), Lindsey Meeks (Collaborator), Aysel Morin (Collaborator), Anna Lorien Nelson (Collaborator), John S. Nelson (Collaborator), Michael Nitz (Collaborator), Kathryn M. Olson (Collaborator), Joshua M. Scacco (Collaborator), Theodore F. Sheckels (Collaborator), Craig Allen Smith (Collaborator), J. David Trebing (Collaborator), Tammy R. Vigil (Collaborator), Luke Winslow (Collaborator)
Publication date
June 14, 2017
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