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Leadership and the Labour Party : Narrative and Performance.

By: Gaffney, John.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Palgrave Studies in Political Leadership: Publisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan Limited, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (279 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781137504982.Subject(s): Political communicationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Leadership and the Labour Party : Narrative and PerformanceDDC classification: 324.24107 LOC classification: JA1-92Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
"Dedication" -- "Contents" -- "Acknowledgements" -- "Abbreviations" -- "List of Figures" -- "Chapter 1: Political Leadership, Rhetoric, and Culture: Aristotle Good, Max Weber Bad" -- "Rationale of the Book" -- "Performing the Party" -- "The Conditions of Performance and Persona" -- "The Centrality of Ethos" -- "Reluctant Leaders, Bad Lessons" -- "The Party’s Story" -- "The Leader’s Story" -- "Losing Both Voice and an Election" -- "Narrative and the ‘Personalized Political’" -- "Theoretical Considerations" -- "Institutions, Culture, and Performance" -- "Drama and Memory" -- "Aristotle" -- "Charisma" -- "Aristotle Again" -- "Narrative and Performance" -- "Chapter 2: Leadership Lessons from the Past" -- "Keir Hardie 1906–1908" -- "Ramsay MacDonald 1922–1931" -- "Arthur Henderson 1931–1932" -- "George Lansbury 1932–1935" -- "Clement Attlee 1935–1955" -- "Hugh Gaitskell 1955–1963" -- "Harold Wilson 1963–1976" -- "Jim Callaghan 1976–1980" -- "Michael Foot 1980–1983" -- "Neil Kinnock 1983–1992" -- "John Smith 1992–1994" -- "Tony Blair 1994–2007" -- "Gordon Brown 2007–2010" -- "Not Wanting the Leadership" -- "‘Fatal Flaws’ and ‘Downfall’" -- "Responsibility When in Power" -- "Circumscribing the Leader’s Power" -- "Being ‘In or Out of Touch’" -- "Localism" -- "Leading the Cabinet/Shadow Cabinet" -- "Changing Communication Techniques" -- "Leadership and Conference" -- "Conclusion" -- "Chapter 3: The Arc of Rhetoric and the Leader as Author" -- "How to Tell a Story" -- "Story and Plot" -- "Policy Review" -- "The Policy Review’s Counter Narrative: Blue Labour" -- "The Oxford London Seminars" -- "One Nation, Two Authors" -- "One Nation, One Author" -- "Let the Word Go Forth" -- "Analysis: Story and Plot" -- "The Critics" -- "Conclusion".
"Chapter 4: Rhetoric and Performance: Miliband’s Finest Hour (Sixty-Four Minutes and Forty-­Seven Seconds, in fact)" -- "Theoretical Context: Rhetoric, Persona, and Celebrity" -- "‘Received Persona’: And Miliband’s 2012 Performance" -- "Conference 2012" -- "Arrival at Conference, 29 September" -- "Conference Day 1, 30 September: Interview with Andrew Marr" -- "Lecture by Professor Michael Sandel" -- "Conference Day 2, 1 October: Miliband’s Presence at Fringe Events" -- "Conference Day 3, 2 October: Keynote Speech " -- "Keynote Speech: Opening Moments" -- "Keynote Themes: One Nation Policies (Justice, Efficiency, and Emotion)" -- "Conference Day 4, 3 October" -- "Press Reaction" -- "Q&A Session" -- "Conclusion" -- "Chapter 5: Narrative Collapse and the Teller Without a Tale" -- "Waiting for Narrative Lift-Off" -- "One Nation-Averse: From Telling a Story to Ad-Libbing" -- "The 2015 Election Campaign, 7–13 March" -- "Miliband in Salmond’s Pocket" -- "The Debates Debate" -- "New Promises on Energy" -- "‘Two Kitchens’ Miliband" -- "PMQs" -- "I’m Ed Miliband, Ask Me Anything" -- "The 2015 Election Campaign, 14–20 March" -- "Labour’s Pledge Card" -- "The Budget" -- "The 2015 Election Campaign, 21–27 March" -- "PMQs, 25 March" -- "The First (Non-)Debate, 26 March" -- "The 2015 Election Campaign, 27 March–3 April" -- "The Campaign Launch" -- "The 2015 Election Campaign, 4–10 April" -- "Ratings Rising" -- "Personal Attacks" -- "The 2015 Election Campaign, 11–17 April" -- "Labour Manifesto Launch" -- "BBC Challengers’ Debate" -- "The 2015 Election Campaign, 18–24 April" -- "Health Week" -- "‘Milifandom’" -- "The Evan Davis Interview" -- "Miliband Turns to Foreign Policy" -- "The 2015 Election Campaign, 25 April–1 May" -- "Milibrand" -- "Question Time, Election Leaders’ Special" -- "Conclusion".
"Chapter 6: Conclusion: Narrative, Rhetoric, and the ‘Personalized Political’" -- "Rhetoric and Its Effects" -- "The Party’s Narrative" -- "The Leader’s Narrative" -- " Two Authors, One Protagonist" -- "The Narrative Limits and Rhetorical Challenges of One Nation Rhetoric" -- "Cultural Constraints" -- "Performative Issues" -- "The Ideational Challenges to One Nation, and All Its Opportunities Missed" -- "Narrative, Performance, and Defeat" -- "The Two Brothers Issue" -- "Desert Island Discoveries: Frightfully Potent Cheap Music" -- "Conclusion" -- "Bibliography".
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"Dedication" -- "Contents" -- "Acknowledgements" -- "Abbreviations" -- "List of Figures" -- "Chapter 1: Political Leadership, Rhetoric, and Culture: Aristotle Good, Max Weber Bad" -- "Rationale of the Book" -- "Performing the Party" -- "The Conditions of Performance and Persona" -- "The Centrality of Ethos" -- "Reluctant Leaders, Bad Lessons" -- "The Party’s Story" -- "The Leader’s Story" -- "Losing Both Voice and an Election" -- "Narrative and the ‘Personalized Political’" -- "Theoretical Considerations" -- "Institutions, Culture, and Performance" -- "Drama and Memory" -- "Aristotle" -- "Charisma" -- "Aristotle Again" -- "Narrative and Performance" -- "Chapter 2: Leadership Lessons from the Past" -- "Keir Hardie 1906–1908" -- "Ramsay MacDonald 1922–1931" -- "Arthur Henderson 1931–1932" -- "George Lansbury 1932–1935" -- "Clement Attlee 1935–1955" -- "Hugh Gaitskell 1955–1963" -- "Harold Wilson 1963–1976" -- "Jim Callaghan 1976–1980" -- "Michael Foot 1980–1983" -- "Neil Kinnock 1983–1992" -- "John Smith 1992–1994" -- "Tony Blair 1994–2007" -- "Gordon Brown 2007–2010" -- "Not Wanting the Leadership" -- "‘Fatal Flaws’ and ‘Downfall’" -- "Responsibility When in Power" -- "Circumscribing the Leader’s Power" -- "Being ‘In or Out of Touch’" -- "Localism" -- "Leading the Cabinet/Shadow Cabinet" -- "Changing Communication Techniques" -- "Leadership and Conference" -- "Conclusion" -- "Chapter 3: The Arc of Rhetoric and the Leader as Author" -- "How to Tell a Story" -- "Story and Plot" -- "Policy Review" -- "The Policy Review’s Counter Narrative: Blue Labour" -- "The Oxford London Seminars" -- "One Nation, Two Authors" -- "One Nation, One Author" -- "Let the Word Go Forth" -- "Analysis: Story and Plot" -- "The Critics" -- "Conclusion".

"Chapter 4: Rhetoric and Performance: Miliband’s Finest Hour (Sixty-Four Minutes and Forty-­Seven Seconds, in fact)" -- "Theoretical Context: Rhetoric, Persona, and Celebrity" -- "‘Received Persona’: And Miliband’s 2012 Performance" -- "Conference 2012" -- "Arrival at Conference, 29 September" -- "Conference Day 1, 30 September: Interview with Andrew Marr" -- "Lecture by Professor Michael Sandel" -- "Conference Day 2, 1 October: Miliband’s Presence at Fringe Events" -- "Conference Day 3, 2 October: Keynote Speech " -- "Keynote Speech: Opening Moments" -- "Keynote Themes: One Nation Policies (Justice, Efficiency, and Emotion)" -- "Conference Day 4, 3 October" -- "Press Reaction" -- "Q&A Session" -- "Conclusion" -- "Chapter 5: Narrative Collapse and the Teller Without a Tale" -- "Waiting for Narrative Lift-Off" -- "One Nation-Averse: From Telling a Story to Ad-Libbing" -- "The 2015 Election Campaign, 7–13 March" -- "Miliband in Salmond’s Pocket" -- "The Debates Debate" -- "New Promises on Energy" -- "‘Two Kitchens’ Miliband" -- "PMQs" -- "I’m Ed Miliband, Ask Me Anything" -- "The 2015 Election Campaign, 14–20 March" -- "Labour’s Pledge Card" -- "The Budget" -- "The 2015 Election Campaign, 21–27 March" -- "PMQs, 25 March" -- "The First (Non-)Debate, 26 March" -- "The 2015 Election Campaign, 27 March–3 April" -- "The Campaign Launch" -- "The 2015 Election Campaign, 4–10 April" -- "Ratings Rising" -- "Personal Attacks" -- "The 2015 Election Campaign, 11–17 April" -- "Labour Manifesto Launch" -- "BBC Challengers’ Debate" -- "The 2015 Election Campaign, 18–24 April" -- "Health Week" -- "‘Milifandom’" -- "The Evan Davis Interview" -- "Miliband Turns to Foreign Policy" -- "The 2015 Election Campaign, 25 April–1 May" -- "Milibrand" -- "Question Time, Election Leaders’ Special" -- "Conclusion".

"Chapter 6: Conclusion: Narrative, Rhetoric, and the ‘Personalized Political’" -- "Rhetoric and Its Effects" -- "The Party’s Narrative" -- "The Leader’s Narrative" -- " Two Authors, One Protagonist" -- "The Narrative Limits and Rhetorical Challenges of One Nation Rhetoric" -- "Cultural Constraints" -- "Performative Issues" -- "The Ideational Challenges to One Nation, and All Its Opportunities Missed" -- "Narrative, Performance, and Defeat" -- "The Two Brothers Issue" -- "Desert Island Discoveries: Frightfully Potent Cheap Music" -- "Conclusion" -- "Bibliography".

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<p>John Gaffney isProfessor of Politics at Aston University, Birmingham, UK and Co-Director ofthe Aston Centre for Europe.</p>

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