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Comparing political communication across time and space : new studies in an emerging field, Edited by Maria Jose Canel, Katrin Voltmer, (electronic book ;)

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Comparing political communication across time and space : new studies in an emerging field
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Comparing political communication across time and space
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new studies in an emerging field
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Edited by Maria Jose Canel, Katrin Voltmer
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eng
Summary
By using a wide diversity of theoretical and methodological approaches and by encompassing both cross-national and longitudinal analyses, this volume sheds new light on comparative political communication research, such as personalization, globalization, democratization, and the changing nature of journalism,.
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320.14
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non fiction
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  • Canel, Maria Jose
  • Voltmer, Katrin
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Communication in politics
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This volume addresses the challenges that political communication is facing today from a comparative perspective, using principles and methods of comparison both across space (cross-national) and across time (longitudinal). It studies a wide range of countries and cultures, covering advanced Western democracies and beyond. The research tools employed include quantitative and qualitative content analysis, comparative case studies, document analysis, opinion surveys, elite interviews and a combination of various methods. Employing different research strategies and theoretical approaches, this book sheds new light on key concepts in the literature on comparative political communication research, such as professionalization, personalization and globalization. It also investigates processes of change and transformation, such as negativization of campaigns, internationalization of campaign coverage, professionalization of government communication, democratization, commercialization of the media and transnationalization of national public spheres
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Comparing political communication across time and space : new studies in an emerging field, Edited by Maria Jose Canel, Katrin Voltmer, (electronic book ;)
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1. Comparing Political Communication across Time and Space: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges in a Globalized World - An Introduction-- Maria Jose Canel and Katrin Voltmer PART I: CHALLENGES OF COMPARATIVE POLITICAL COMMUNICATION RESEARCH: DESIGN, METHODS AND MEASUREMENT 2. Methodological Challenges in Comparative Communication Research: Advancing Cross-National Research in Times of Globalization-- Frank Esser 3. The Role of Measurement Invariance in Comparative Communication Research-- Christian Schemer, Rinaldo Kuhne and Jorg Matthes 4. Using Fuzzy Set Qualitative Comparative Analysis in Comparative Political Communication Research: Applying Fuzzy Set Theoretic Thinking to Small-N Case Oriented Research-- John Downey and James Stanyer PART II: COMMUNICATING TO CITIZENS: CAMPAIGNS, POLITICAL PR AND THE MEDIA 5. Negativity in the Public Space: Comparing Hundred Years of Negative Campaigning on Election Posters in Sweden-- Bengt Johansson 6. U.S. and International Coverage of the Election of Barak Obama: Trends and Differences-- Salma Ghanem 7. Is It Enough to be Strategic? Comparing and Defining Professional Government Communication across Disciplinary Fields and between Countries-- Maria Jose Canel and Karen Sanders 8. Comparing Political Participation in Different Institutional Environments: The Mobilizing Effect of Direct Democracy on Young People-- Ruth Kunz, Judith Moeller, Frank Esser and Claes de Vreese PART III: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA REALITIES: JOURNALISTIC CULTURES, THE MARKET AND POLITICAL NEWS 9. Political Trust among Journalists: Comparative Evidence from 21 Countries-- Thomas Hanitzsch and Rosa Berganza 10. Making Sense of Press Freedom: A Comparison of Journalists' Perceptions of Press Freedom in Eastern Europe and East Asia-- Katrin Voltmer 11. A Hedge Between Keeps Friendship Green: Comparing Concurrence and Conflict between Politicians and Journalists in Nine European Democracies-- Barbara Pfetsch, Eva Mayerhoffer, Peter Maurer and Tom Moring 12. It Didn't Happen Here: Commercialization and Political News in Swedish Television 1998-2010-- Lars W, Nord and Jesper Stromback 13. Global Climate Change, Global Public Sphere? Media Attention for Climate Change in Twenty-Seven Countries-- Ana Ivanova, Andreas Schmidt and Mike S. Schafer 14. Conclusion: Comparing across Space and Time: Challenges and Achievements in Political Communication Research-- Barbara Pfetsch
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9781137366474
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272 p.
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electronic
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9781137366474
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Comparing political communication across time and space : new studies in an emerging field, Edited by Maria Jose Canel, Katrin Voltmer, (electronic book ;)
Publication
Contents
1. Comparing Political Communication across Time and Space: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges in a Globalized World - An Introduction-- Maria Jose Canel and Katrin Voltmer PART I: CHALLENGES OF COMPARATIVE POLITICAL COMMUNICATION RESEARCH: DESIGN, METHODS AND MEASUREMENT 2. Methodological Challenges in Comparative Communication Research: Advancing Cross-National Research in Times of Globalization-- Frank Esser 3. The Role of Measurement Invariance in Comparative Communication Research-- Christian Schemer, Rinaldo Kuhne and Jorg Matthes 4. Using Fuzzy Set Qualitative Comparative Analysis in Comparative Political Communication Research: Applying Fuzzy Set Theoretic Thinking to Small-N Case Oriented Research-- John Downey and James Stanyer PART II: COMMUNICATING TO CITIZENS: CAMPAIGNS, POLITICAL PR AND THE MEDIA 5. Negativity in the Public Space: Comparing Hundred Years of Negative Campaigning on Election Posters in Sweden-- Bengt Johansson 6. U.S. and International Coverage of the Election of Barak Obama: Trends and Differences-- Salma Ghanem 7. Is It Enough to be Strategic? Comparing and Defining Professional Government Communication across Disciplinary Fields and between Countries-- Maria Jose Canel and Karen Sanders 8. Comparing Political Participation in Different Institutional Environments: The Mobilizing Effect of Direct Democracy on Young People-- Ruth Kunz, Judith Moeller, Frank Esser and Claes de Vreese PART III: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA REALITIES: JOURNALISTIC CULTURES, THE MARKET AND POLITICAL NEWS 9. Political Trust among Journalists: Comparative Evidence from 21 Countries-- Thomas Hanitzsch and Rosa Berganza 10. Making Sense of Press Freedom: A Comparison of Journalists' Perceptions of Press Freedom in Eastern Europe and East Asia-- Katrin Voltmer 11. A Hedge Between Keeps Friendship Green: Comparing Concurrence and Conflict between Politicians and Journalists in Nine European Democracies-- Barbara Pfetsch, Eva Mayerhoffer, Peter Maurer and Tom Moring 12. It Didn't Happen Here: Commercialization and Political News in Swedish Television 1998-2010-- Lars W, Nord and Jesper Stromback 13. Global Climate Change, Global Public Sphere? Media Attention for Climate Change in Twenty-Seven Countries-- Ana Ivanova, Andreas Schmidt and Mike S. Schafer 14. Conclusion: Comparing across Space and Time: Challenges and Achievements in Political Communication Research-- Barbara Pfetsch
Control code
9781137366474
Extent
272 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9781137366474
Specific material designation
unspecified
Type of computer file
  • PDF.
  • Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user

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