Communicating Politics in the Twenty-First Century

September 17, 2009

Author: Karen Sanders

Edition: First

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

Pages: 280

Price: £55.00 and £19.99

ISBN: 9780230000285 and 0292

Political and media cultures that grew in national contexts are increasingly exposed to global influences.

Karen Sanders considers shared themes in political communications from a genuinely international perspective, not only an Anglo-American one. Her examples range from Rousseau and Dickens to al-Jazeera and YouTube.

Her interdisciplinary approach analyses and explains each stage in the process of political communications and places ethics at its core, offering fine scholarship mixed with clear understanding of professional practice and appropriate case studies.

Who is it for? Students and scholars of politics, journalism and political communications.

Presentation: Three clear parts internally divided into chapters and illustrated with tables and diagrams.

Would you recommend it? Yes.

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