Encyclopedia of Political Communication

Encyclopedia of Political Communication


The Encyclopedia of Political communique discusses the foremost theoretical techniques to the sector, together with direct and restricted results theories, agenda-setting theories, sociological theories, framing and priming theories, and different prior and current conceptualizations. With approximately six hundred entries, this source will pay significant consciousness to big political messages akin to political speeches, televised political ads, political posters and print ads, televised political debates, and websites. The audiences for political communications also are significant, necessitating focus on citizen reactions to political messages, how most of the people and electorate in democratic platforms reply to political messages, and the consequences of every kind of media and message varieties.

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