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Mediated politics in two cultures : presidential campaigning in the United States and France

Author: Lynda Lee Kaid; Jacques Gerstlé; Keit R Sanders
Publisher: New York ; Westport (Conn.) ; London : Praeger, 1991.
Series: Praeger series in political communication
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A comparative study of the political communication processes in the United States and France which brings together researchers from both countries to examine differences and similarities between the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Étude comparée (Descripteur de forme)
études diverses
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lynda Lee Kaid; Jacques Gerstlé; Keit R Sanders
ISBN: 0275935957 9780275935955
OCLC Number: 468790202
Notes: Bibliogr. p. 283-284. Index.
Description: XVIII-299 p. ; 25 cm
Contents: Series Foreword Comparing Politics in Two Cultures Constructing a Political Communication Project in Two Cultures by Lynda Lee Kaid, Jacques Gerstle, and Keith R. Sanders Theoretical Dimensions of the U.S.-French Presidential Campaign Studies by David L. Swanson A Tale of Two Countries: Media and Messages of the 1988 French and American Presidential Campaigns by Franklyn S. Haiman Mediated Campaign Messages The Staging of Argumentation Strategy in the 1988 French Presidential Campaign by Georges Lavau Political Broadcasts: An Analysis of Form, Content, and Style in Presidential Communication by Anne Johnston A Narrative Analysis of the American Party Platforms and the French Professions de Foi: Reality Construction in Two Cultures by Larry David Smith French Political Advertising: A Semiological Analysis of Campaign Posters by Henri Quere The Formation of the Electoral Agenda: A Case Study in Social Welfare Issues in the United States and France by Frederic Sawicki and Chris M. Leland Media Coverage of the Campaigns Television News and the Construction of Political Reality in France and the United States by Jacques Gerstle, Dennis K. Davis, and Olivier Duhamel News Magazine Coverage of the French Campaign by Jean-Claude Sergeant and Yves Deloye U.S. Newsmagazine Coverage of the U.S. and French Presidential Elections: Mediated Construction of the Candidates and Issues by Ann Marie Major and L. Erwin Atwood Face to Face: The 1988 French Debate by Jean-Baptiste Legavre The Debate about Debates: Production and Event Factors in the 1988 Broadcast Debates in France and the United States by Valerie Cryer Downs The Spinning of the Tale: Candidate and Media Orchestrations in the French and U.S. Presidential Elections by Katherine Hale The "Bebete Show": Satire in the 1988 French Campaign by Annie Collovald Implications of Mediated Campaigning Audiences for Election Communication in France and the United States: Media Use and Candidate Evaluations by Holli A. Semetko and Julio Borguez The Effects of Television Broadcasts on Perceptions of Presidential Candidates in the United States and France by Lynda Lee Kaid Implications of Presidential Communication for Electoral Success by Joe S. Foote Commonalities, Differences, and Lessons Learned from Comparative Communication Research by Jacques Gerstle, Keith R. Sanders, and Lynda Lee Kaid Selected Bibliography Index
Series Title: Praeger series in political communication
Responsibility: ed ; by Lynda Lee Kaid, Jacques Gerstlé and Keith R. Sanders.
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