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Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.Written by a leading team of internationally distinguished political communication scholars, this book offers the most comprehensive account on comparative political communication research in the context of European Parliamentary elections to date. Divided into four sections, experts begin by tracing the historical and political background of European Parliamentary elections, paying close attention to trends in turnout and the changing institutional role of the European Parliament (EP). Focusing mainly on the 2009 elections and using original data throughout, the next two sections are devoted to campaign communication strategies and the overall media coverage of EP elections in both established and newly-accessioned members of the European Union. The concluding section focuses on the macro- and micro-level effects of European parliamentary campaigns in a comparative perspective to illustrate how campaign strategies and media coverage were received by voters in EU member states. This insightful account on the interaction between political actors, the media, and voters allows readers to develop a global understanding of political and media system interdependencies and on comparative political communication research more generally. Essential reading to students and scholars in political science, media studies, European politics, and political communication, as well as policy makers within the European Union.
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'This carefully conceptualized volume is an excellent example of comparative research in a multi-cultural context. Taking the 2009 EP election as an anchor point, the collaboratively written chapters of this book examine how nationalized or Europeanized the campaign styles, new reporting styles and voter reactions were in the various member states. The insights in the linkages between the national and European level make the book a must-read for anyone interested in European political communication research.' Frank Esser, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Michaela Maier is Professor for Applied Communication Psychology at the University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany. Her research focuses on political communication with a specific interest in the reception and effects of campaign communication. Jesper StrAmbAck is Professor in Media and Communication and holds the Ludvig NordstrAm Chair in Journalism at Mid Sweden University, where he is also Research Director at the Centre for Political Communication Research. His research focuses on political communication, political news journalism, public opinion and the mediatization of politics. Lynda Lee Kaid was a Professor of Telecommunication and a Research Foundation Professor at the University of Florida. Her research specializations included political advertising and media coverage of elections and political events.
Contents: Part I Perspectives on the European Parliamentary Elections: Political communication and election campaigns for the European Parliament, Jesper StrA mbAck, Michaela Maier and Lynda Lee Kaid; The legal and institutional framework of the 2009 European Parliament elections in the shadow of the Lisbon Treaty, Clifford A. Jones. Part II Party Campaign Communication Strategies: Campaign professionalization and political structures: a comparative study of election campaigning in Finland and Sweden in the 2009 EP elections, Tom Moring, Juri MykkAnen, Lars Nord and Marie Grusell; Similarities and differences in transformational democracies: EP campaigns in Bulgaria and Hungary, Lilia Raycheva and JA^3lan RA^3ka; Campaigning in but not for Europe: European campaign strategies in the UK and the Czech Republic, Ralph Negrine, Vaclav Stetka and Marta FialovA!; Television advertising in the 2009 European Parliamentary elections: comparing campaign strategies and videostyles, Lynda Lee Kaid, Silke Adam, Michaela Maier, Matthias Balzer, Rosa Berganza, Carlos Jalali, Ralph Negrine, Lilia Raycheva, JA^3lan RA^3ka, Andreas R.T. Schuck, Vaclav Stetka and Claes de Vreese; Everyone ignores Europe? Party campaigns and media coverage in the 2009 European Parliament elections, Carlos Jalali and Tiago Silva. Part III Media Coverage of European Parliamentary Elections: Mediatizing Europe while ignoring the European election: the paradox of the Italian case, Franca Roncarolo; The 2009 European Parliamentary election news coverage in Poland: entrenched or critical journalism?, Boguslawa Dobek-Ostrowska and Bartlomiej LA^3dzki; The mediatization and framing of European Parliamentary election campaigns, Jesper StrA mbAck, Ralph Negrine, David Nicolas Hopmann, Michaela Maier, Carlos Jalali, Rosa Berganza, Gilg U.H. Seeber, Andra Seceleanu, JaromA-r Volek, Boguslawa Dobek-Ostrowska, Juri MykkAnen, Marinella Belluati and JolA!n RA^3ka; Media visibility and framing of the European Parliamentary elections 2009: a media content analysis in 27 countries, Andreas R.T. Schuck, Rachid Azrout, Hajo Boomgaarden, Matthijs Elenbaas, Joost van Spanje, Rens Vliegenthart and Claes de Vreese. Part IV Effects of Campaigns on EU Citizens: The 2009 European Parliamentary elections in perspective, Michael Marsh; Why Europeans (don't) turn out to vote, Gilg U.H. Seeber and Markus Steinbrecher; Between integration and demarcation: effects of Europeanized and national campaigns on voters in the 2009 European Parliament elections, Michaela Maier, Silke Adam, Claes de Vreese, Andreas R.T. Schuck, Rosa Berganza, Vaclav Stetka, Ralph Negrine, Carlos Jalali, Gilg U.H. Seeber, Lilia Raycheva, JA^3lan RA^3ka, Boguslawa Dobek-Ostrowska and Marie Grusell; Index.