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Political Communication in Postmodern Democracy : Challenging the Primacy of Politics

By: Brants, Kees, Prof.
Contributor(s): Voltmer, Katrin, Dr.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2011Description: 1 online resource (303 p.).ISBN: 9780230294783.Subject(s): Communication in politics | Democracy | Journalism --Political aspects | Mass media --Political aspectsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Political Communication in Postmodern Democracy : Challenging the Primacy of PoliticsDDC classification: 302.2 | 320.01/4 LOC classification: PN4751.P58 2011Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; List of Figures, Tables and Appendix; Foreword: In Praise of Holistic Empiricism; Notes on Contributors; 1 Introduction: Mediatization and De-centralization of Political Communication; Part I: New Approaches to Political Communication; 2 Audience Democracy: An Emerging Pattern in Postmodern Political Communication; 3 Representation and Mediated Politics: Representing Representation in an Age of Irony; Part II: Mediatization: The Changing Power Game between Politics and the Media; 4 Mediatization and News Management in Comparative Institutional Perspective
5 Spin and Political Publicity: Effects on News Coverage and Public Opinion6 Changes in Political News Coverage: Personalization, Conflict and Negativity in British and Dutch Newspapers; 7 A Changing Culture of Political Television Journalism; 8 A Question of Control: Journalists and Politicians in Political Broadcast Interviews; 9 The Elephant Trap: Politicians Performing in Television Comedy; Part III: De-Centralization: New Forms of Citizenship and Political Communication; 10 Political Consumerism as Political Participation?
11 The New Frontiers of Journalism: Citizen Participation in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands12 The New Cultural Cleavage: Immigration and the Challenge to Dutch Politics and Media; 13 The Mediation of Political Disconnection; 14 'Voting is easy, just press the red button': Communicating Politics in the Age of Big Brother; 15 What's Reality Television Got to Do with it? Talking Politics in the Net-Based Public Sphere; Afterword; Index
Summary: This edited collection examines the changing faces of political communication in contemporary democracy. Based on comparative investigations of recent trends in the Netherlands and Great Britain, the essays provide fresh insights and new empirical evidence into the public representation of media-centred politics.
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Cover; Contents; List of Figures, Tables and Appendix; Foreword: In Praise of Holistic Empiricism; Notes on Contributors; 1 Introduction: Mediatization and De-centralization of Political Communication; Part I: New Approaches to Political Communication; 2 Audience Democracy: An Emerging Pattern in Postmodern Political Communication; 3 Representation and Mediated Politics: Representing Representation in an Age of Irony; Part II: Mediatization: The Changing Power Game between Politics and the Media; 4 Mediatization and News Management in Comparative Institutional Perspective

5 Spin and Political Publicity: Effects on News Coverage and Public Opinion6 Changes in Political News Coverage: Personalization, Conflict and Negativity in British and Dutch Newspapers; 7 A Changing Culture of Political Television Journalism; 8 A Question of Control: Journalists and Politicians in Political Broadcast Interviews; 9 The Elephant Trap: Politicians Performing in Television Comedy; Part III: De-Centralization: New Forms of Citizenship and Political Communication; 10 Political Consumerism as Political Participation?

11 The New Frontiers of Journalism: Citizen Participation in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands12 The New Cultural Cleavage: Immigration and the Challenge to Dutch Politics and Media; 13 The Mediation of Political Disconnection; 14 'Voting is easy, just press the red button': Communicating Politics in the Age of Big Brother; 15 What's Reality Television Got to Do with it? Talking Politics in the Net-Based Public Sphere; Afterword; Index

This edited collection examines the changing faces of political communication in contemporary democracy. Based on comparative investigations of recent trends in the Netherlands and Great Britain, the essays provide fresh insights and new empirical evidence into the public representation of media-centred politics.

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MAUD ADRIAANSEN PhD candidate at the Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR), the NetherlandsTOM BAKKER PhD candidate at the Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR), the NetherlandsJAY BLUMLER Emeritus Emeritus Professor of Public Communication at the University of Leeds, UKHAJO G. BOOMGAARDEN Assistant Professor for Political Communication at the Amsterdam School of Communication Research, University of Amsterdam, the NetherlandsJELLE W. BOUMANS Graduate of the Research Master Programme in Communication Science at the University of Amsterdam, the NetherlandsROBIN BROWN Senior Lecturer in the Institute of Communications Studies, University of Leeds, UKVALENTINA CARDO Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Political, Social and International Studies at the University of East Anglia, UKSTEPHEN COLEMAN Professor of Political Communication at the Institute of Communications Studies, University of Leeds, UKJOHN CORNER Visiting Professor in the Institute for Communication Studies at the University of Leeds and an Emeritus Professor of the University of Liverpool, UKJOS DE BEUS Professor of Political Theory, Culture and History at the Department of Political Science, University of Amsterdam, the NetherlandsCLAES DE VREESE Professor of Political Communication and Scientific Director of The Amsterdam School of Communication Research ASCoR, the NetherlandsMATHIJS ELENBAAS PhD candidate at the Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR), the NetherlandsTODD GRAHAM Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Journalism Studies and Media, University of Groningen, the NetherlandsANKE KUIK Masters graduate in Communication Science at the University of Amsterdam, the NetherlandsDAVID MORRISON Professor of Communications Research at the Institute of Communications Studies, the University of Leeds, UKCHRIS PATERSON Lecturer in the Institute of Communications Studies of the University of Leeds, UKJUDITH STAMPER Principal Teaching Fellow in Broadcast Journalism at the Institute of Communications Studies, University of Leeds, UKPHILIP VAN PRAAG Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Bachelor programme in Political Science at the University of Amsterdam, the NetherlandsLIESBET VAN ZOONEN Chair in Media and Communication at Loughborough University, UKRENS VLIEGENTHART Assistant Professor in Political Communication at the Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR), the Netherlands JANELLE WARD Assistant Professor in the Department of Media and Communication at Erasmus University Rotterdam, the NetherlandsSIMEON YATES Professor at Sheffield Hallam University, UK

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