Political Communication

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Assault on the Media

The Nixon Years

New and expanded edition, Updated with Analysis of 21st Century Threats to Democracy

Taking a 21st century look at the lasting effects of Nixon-era attacks on journalism

Generational Politics in the United States

From the Silents to Gen Z and Beyond

How generational change impacts the future of American politics

Greenland in Arctic Security

(De)securitization Dynamics under Climatic Thaw and Geopolitical Freeze

How a nation at the center of the Arctic region fits into security studies

In Defense of Free Speech in Universities

A Study of Three Jurisdictions

Free expression is essential to the pursuit of truth

The Currency of Truth

Newsmaking and the Late-Socialist Imaginaries of China's Digital Era

Explores the complex interpersonal networks and differing ethical standpoints that shape the news in China

Creating Chaos Online

Disinformation and Subverted Post-Publics

Unmasks the disinformation propagated by Russian trolling in public discourse

Rationality of Irrationality

Political Determinants and Effects of Party Position Blurring

Ambiguous party positions distract voters from thinking about the issues

Cheap Talk

Disability and the Politics of Communication

How speech has been made cheap to meet the inhuman appetites of capital

The Language(s) of Politics

Multilingual Policy-Making in the European Union

Multilingualism depoliticizes policymaking in the EU

Media Reform and the Climate Emergency

Rethinking Communication in the Struggle for a Sustainable Future

Advertising = consumption = climate change

Warped Narratives

Distortion in the Framing of Gun Policy

How interest groups’ framing prevents solutions to gun violence

Always at War

British Public Narratives of War

Examining narrative as a public opinion tool illuminates a truer picture of how a nation sees itself at war

State of Translation

Turkey in Interlingual Relations

Mistranslation and understanding constructs international relationships

How Parties Win

Shaping the Irish Political Arena

Ireland’s major political parties maintain their power by playing voters’ interests and issues to their own advantage

Political Survival of Small Parties in Europe

Strategic choices allow small parties to balance their interests and achieve success

The Strategy of Campaigning

Lessons from Ronald Reagan and Boris Yeltsin

Explores the political careers of Ronald Reagan and Boris Yeltsin, who overcame defeat early in their political careers and rose to the highest elected offices in their respective countries

The Phantom Respondents

Opinion Surveys and Political Representation

Examines a fundamental problem for opinion polls and those who use them.

Speaking the Same Language

Speech and Audience in Thucydides' Spartan Debates

The first systematic study of the internal audiences in Thucydides and the first to focus on Spartan discourse throughout the History

The Psychology of Political Communication

Leading scholars explore how the mass media, elites, and the public construct political messages