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by Shanto Iyengar

Download Media Politics: A Citizen's Guide, 2nd Edition eBook
ISBN:
0393935574
Author:
Shanto Iyengar
Category:
Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Language:
English
Publisher:
W. W. Norton & Company; 2nd edition (August 8, 2011)
Pages:
407 pages
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Shanto Iyengar holds the Chandler Chair in Communication at Stanford University where he is also Professor of Political Science and Director of the Political Communication Laboratory

Shanto Iyengar holds the Chandler Chair in Communication at Stanford University where he is also Professor of Political Science and Director of the Political Communication Laboratory. Iyengar’s areas of expertise include the role of mass media in democratic societies, public opinion, and political psychology.

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ISBN-13: 9780393935578. Authors: Shanto Iyengar. Popular items with this book. The unique, free, and open video archive featuring political ads, news stories, debates, and speeches†all keyed to the relevant discussions in the book†is the perfect supplement for this course.

Shanto Iyengar holds the Chandler Chair in Communication at Stanford University where he is also Professor of Political Science and Director of the Political Communication Laboratory.

This is a brand new book at a great price. Author Shanto Iyengar. Publication Year 2015. Publisher W. W. Norton & Company. Condition Brand New. Pages 416.

Media Politics: A Citizen's Guide. Book · January 2015 with 489 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Publisher: W. Cite this publication. Cultivation Management of Pakistani TV Channels with Special Reference to Politics.

Серия: "-" Have the 2016 elections and Trump presidency ushered in a new era in political communication? Iyengar helps students see how dramatic developments like claims of "fake news", allegations of Russian election meddling via social media and Donald Trump's attacks on mainstream news outlets fit into a larger understanding of the media's role in democracy. Издательство: "Wiley" (2019)

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News That Matters: Television and American Opinion (American Politics and Political Economy Series). by Shanto Iyengar, Donald R. Kinder. Coauthors & Alternates.

Shanto Iyengar/Jennifer A. McGrady. Get started today for free. All Documents from Media Politics: A Citizen's Guide. midterm exam 2014-03-04. final exam 2014-05-05. final exam 2014-07-25.

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Media Politics encourages students to take a critical look at how politicians use the media to get elected, stay in power, and achieve policy goals, and how the media influence American politics. Drawing on recent research, including the work of author Shanto Iyengar, Media Politics is the most current text for the course and takes full account of recent events. The unique, free, and open video archive featuring political ads, news stories, debates, and speeches―all keyed to the relevant discussions in the book―is the perfect supplement for this course.
  • Exellent
This book is essential for anyone with an interest in politics. It details how media is an important influence in American politics.
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Great condition
  • Tholmeena
While I found the data contained in Lyengar's book to be well documented, the subject of media/politics is so fluid that this book, published in 2007 is not current.
The campaigns of 2008 and 2010 have put much of the data to test and the evolution in the past six years of social media has been so dynamic that it puts much of the conclusions of Lyengar's book in the category of "old news." Good in it's time perhaps, but less significant today.
  • Fearlessdweller
This past semester I enrolled in a media and politics class, and this text along with Graber's, "Mass Media And American Politics", proved to be very complimentary texts. Citizen's guide is a great text, moving very clearly and cohesively through the history of the media, the development of the FCC, the impact of legislation on broadcasting, the evolution of media utilization by campaigns, effect of the media on the framing of news and politics, and the dangerous direction an increasingly "commentary" news based form of coverage is headed in. The studies referenced in the text, along with the DVD supplement of media coverage from the past and present, and the structure of the text is a great addition to any political junkies bookshelf and believe it or not is not a bad read outside of the classroom.
  • GawelleN
I usually like to start my day by checking the news, and I usually start by taking a quick look at both [...] and [...] that's my attempt at trying to get both sides of the story, but I've gotten to the point that I don't want to read the morning news anymore, because they include so much tragic news of children being horribly abused, or women being killed or raped, and children being killed, that I don't start my day informed--I start my day depressed.
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