Campaigns in the News (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
240
Utgivningsdatum
1987-12-01
Förlag
Praeger Publishers Inc
Medarbetare
Vermeer, Jan Pons
Illustrationer
black & white illustrations
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1 Hardback
ISSN
0147-1066
ISBN
9780313251870
Campaigns in the News (inbunden)

Campaigns in the News

Mass Media and Congressional Elections

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Vermeer's competently edited volume fills a void in the literature by focusing on mass media in congressional elections. . . . The project is well executed. The quality of the articles varies, but overall this edited collection is important because it addresses a topic which has not been covered very well. Choice Questions about the impact of media advertisements and news coverage on the democratic process are asked with increasing frequency by both the public and concerned professionals and policy-makers. Congressional campaigns and elections in particular have been the subject of much recent scholarly attention. In this volume twelve specialists explore the relationship between mass media and congressional campaigns from a variety of perspectives, covering issues ranging from ethics and ideology to newspaper and television exposure to policy information and advertisements.
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JAN PONS VERMEER, is Professor of Political Science and Chariman of the Faculty at Nebraska Wesleyan University.

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Preface Introduction by Jan P. Vermeer Shaping the News: An Analysis of House Candidates' Campaign Communications by Paul Bradford Raymond Liberal Campaign Rhetoric in 1984 by Richard A. Joslyn Why Some Constituencies Are Better Informed Than Most About the Positions of House Incumbents by Robert O. Simmons, Jr. Congressional Campaign Coverage in Rural Districts by Jan P. Vermeer The Scribes of Texas: Newspaper Coverage of the 1984 U.S. Senate Campaign by Jon F. Hale Mass Media Effects on Recognizing and Rating Candidates in U.S. Senate Elections by Edie N. Goldenberg and Michael Traugott Exploiting Televised Coverage of National Party Conventions on Behalf of Congressional Candidates: The Case of 1984 by Dan Nimmo and Larry Smith Show Horses in House Elections: The Advantages and Disadvantages of National Media Visibility by Timothy E. Cook Media Coverage of Congressional Elections: An Ethical Perspective by Bruce Jennings Future Research on the News Media and Congressional Elections by Paul Bradford Raymond Bibliography Index