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The public Congress : Congressional deliberation in a new media age

Author: Gary Lee Malecha; Daniel J Reagan
Publisher: New York ; London : Routledge, 2012.
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"Malecha and Reagan's keen analysis links the new "public" Congress and the forces that are shaping political parties, the Presidency, interest groups and the media. They conclude by asking whether the kind of discourse that this "new media" environment fosters encourages Congress to make its distinctive deliberative contribution to the American polity. This text brings historical depth as well as coverage of the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gary Lee Malecha; Daniel J Reagan
ISBN: 9780415894272 0415894271 9780415894289 041589428X 9780203806777 0203806778
OCLC Number: 701015624
Description: 200 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Let's take it outside: the new front on the Hill --
A new Washington community: the foundation for Congressional public strategies --
Congressional responses to changes: members adapt to "going outside" --
The parties' public relations response: marketing the brand --
Running public relations operations on the Hill: strategies, successes and failures in message marketing --
The president meets Congress in a new media world: the public relations battle over the stimulus package --
Thinking constitutionally: challenges of deliberating while turned inside-out.
Responsibility: Gary Lee Malecha, Daniel J. Reagan.
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Contemporary members of Congress routinely use the media to advance their professional goals. Today, virtually every aspect of their professional legislative life unfolds in front of cameras and  Read more...

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