3 edition of Politics, Communication, and Culture (International and Intercultural Communication Annual) found in the catalog.
March 20, 1997
by Sage Publications, Inc
Written in English
|Contributions||Alberto Gonzalez (Editor), Dolores V. Tanno (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
A political culture is a set of attitudes and practices held by a people that shapes their political behavior. It includes moral judgments, political myths, beliefs, and ideas about what makes for a good society. A political culture is a reflection of a government, but it also incorporates elements of history and tradition that may predate the current regime. Regardless of the form of government, the art and science of politics depends heavily on communication among and between political elites, the media, and citizens. Annenberg's political science research examines the role of interpersonal and mass-mediated communication on the attitudes, opinions, information-processing, and behavior of citizens.
The book focuses on three `primary' systems of communication: spoken, written and visual. Examples are chosen from contemporary popular culture and common social and cultural practices in a range of media, including newspapers, magazines, television, film, politics, internet discussions and ordinary speech. According to conventional wisdom, organized religion has long been a powerful and conservative influence on American politics. Professor Mark Smith’s new book, Secular Faith: How Culture has Trumped Religion inAmerican Politics, develops a startlingly original and compelling alternative d of looking at whether religion leads people to favor certain policies or .
Political communication is the use of media to influence the way the public vote and how political decisions are made. There are two main areas of study in the field of political communication. The first is the use of political communication in election campaigns. The second is the role of political communication in government operations. Culture is communication, communication is culture. Culture in its broadest sense is cultivated behavior; that is the totality of a person's learned, accumulated experience which is socially transmitted, or more briefly, behavior through social learning. A culture is a way of life of a group of people--the behaviors, beliefs, values, and.
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Politics, Communication, and Culture--the newest edition of the International and Intercultural Communication Annual--offers a variety of perspectives on politics and culture. The contributors to this volume approach politics and culture from the domains of ethics, culture studies, narrative and mythic analysis, and critical theory.
`The most valuable feature of this book is its careful recounting of the historical processes which have fed into the current debate of global communication′ - International Journal on World Peace `The value of this book is in its detailed summary of a broad range of policy issues′ - Canadian Journal of Communicaiton `This book offers a comprehensive analysis of the global politics of Cited by: Authentic™: The Politics of Ambivalence in a Brand Culture (Critical Cultural Communication Book 30) - Kindle edition by Banet-Weiser, Sarah.
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Bernie Hogan, Joshua Melville, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Politics. Among political scientists, there is a growing feeling that old modes and methods of political communication – from elites to the masses (top down) and from the masses to elites (bottom up) – are being rapidly displaced and reconfigured by social media.
(shelved 1 time as political-communication) avg rating — 1, ratings — published Want to Read saving. The International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society welcomes original articles on issues arising at the intersection of nations, states, civil societies, and global institutions and processes.
The editors are particularly interested in article manuscripts dealing with changing patterns in world economic and political institutions; analysis of ethnic groups, social classes, religions.
The book traces the historical development of Fox's counter-elite news brand and reveals how its iconoclastic news style was crafted by fusing two class-based traditions of American public culture: one native to the politics in populism and one native to the news field in tabloid journalism.
The book focuses on three `primary' systems of communication: spoken, written and visual. Examples are chosen from contemporary popular culture and common social and cultural practices in a range of media, including newspapers, magazines, television, film, politics, internet discussions and ordinary speech.
Book Description. This volume looks at the politics of communication and culture in contemporary South Asia. It explores languages, signs and symbols reflective of current mythologies that underpin instances of performance in present-day India and its neighbouring countries.
Communication, Politics & Culture Journal Communication, Politics and Culture (CPC) was a highly ranked interdisciplinary open access journal with an international reputation. The journal was published by Informit between andfrom Volume 34 to Volume Studies in Communication and Politics Edited By Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska and Michał Głowacki Technological development and the emergence of new notions of media and media-like services (blogs, online gaming, social networks, wikis, virtual worlds etc.) have changed the nature of communication, making it more open, personalized, fragmented.
Part I. PERSPECTIVES ON POLITICS AND CULTURE. Imaginative frames for politics, communication and culture / Alberto González and Dolores V. Tanno Cultural influences in political communication / D. Ray Heisey Complicity and coherence in intercultural communication: a dialogue / Karen L.
Dace and Mark McPhail All the mass media are important as channels of communication in politics. We have come a long way from the days when campaigns were national social galas and communication was carried out only by handbill, newspaper, or oratory from the stump (and, of course, the Cited by: 5.
The idea of culture as something that is shared means that it is vital to understand culture and communication in relation to one another. The relationship between culture and communication, in all its forms, is tightly interwoven and interlinked. We can see that communication enables the spread and reiteration of culture.
In the new book “Managing Diabetes: The Cultural Politics of Disease,” author Jeffrey A. Bennett of Vanderbilt University delves into the way diabetes is often described, represented, and.
At its core, political culture—the shared values and beliefs of a group or society regarding political relationships and public policy—answers the question of how human beings are going to Author: Brendon Swedlow. Jenna M. Gibbs is Associate Professor of History at Florida International University, USA.
She is the author of Performing the Temple of Liberty: Slavery, Theater, and Popular Culture in London and Philadelphia () and The Global Latrobe Family: Evangelicalism, Slavery, and Empire, ss (forthcoming).During the academic year of she will be a fellow-in-residence at the.
Political communication(s) is a subfield of communication and political science that is concerned with how information spreads and influences politics and policy makers, the news media and citizens. Since the advent of the World Wide Web, the amount of data to analyze has exploded, and researchers are shifting to computational methods to study the dynamics of political communication.
This epic list of 50 must-read books about American politics explores topics from a broad range of voices and perspectives, from feminism to fascism, parties to polling, and tribalism to globalism.
These 50 best books should help you get up to speed with American politics. The ALL NEW Don’t Think of Author: Sarah S. Davis. “The Politics of Culture is the place to start a great debate, across the ideological spectrum, on a central issue facing a successful society.” —Ben Wattenberg, senior fellow, American Enterprise Institute, and host of the PBS series Think Tank.
Lexington Books Horror Studies. Media, Culture, and the Arts. Native American Literary Studies. Philosophy and Cultural Identity. Philosophy of Popular Culture. Reading Trauma and Memory. Religion and Borders. Remakes, Reboots, and Adaptations.
Studies in Folklore and Ethnology. Studies in Modern Tibetan Culture. Transforming Literary Studies. Politics After Television: Hindu Nationalism and the Reshaping of the Public in India ACLS Humanities E-Book: Authors: Arvind Rajagopal, Professor of Media Culture and Communication Sociology and Cultural Analysis Steinhardt School of Culture Education and Human Development Arvind Rajagopal: Edition: reprint: Publisher: Cambridge University.The focus of this edition has not substantively changed from that of previous ones.
It concerns the roles and functions of communication in U.S. politics and not on the "politics of communication." In describing the processes common to "political communication," the priorities of the writers would be better reflected if the two terms were reversed.