Historical Dictionary of Political Communication in the United States by Jacqueline N. Gifford, Guido H. Stempel III epub pdf fb2Title: Historical Dictionary of Political Communication in the United States
Author: Jacqueline N. Gifford, Guido H. Stempel III
Publisher: Greenwood; First Edition edition (November 30, 1999)
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Entries in this dictionary focus on the people, organizations, events, and ideas that have been significant in the slightly more than two centuries of political communication in this country. The intent is to highlight those events and ideas that still have significance today―thus from the signing of the Declaration of Independence to the threshold of the 21st century.
The history of political communication and how that history has repeated itself is examined in this volume. Entries arranged from A to Z, deal with freedom of the press and the major threats to freedom of the press; successful and unsuccessful political campaigns, and the changes that have occurred in political communication as well as the tradition that has emerged in the slightly more than two centuries we have been engaged in it. By offering the reader insight into the evolution of political communication as an academic field, this reference will be useful to students and scholars in the disciplines of political science, political communication, mass communication, U.S. history, and related fields, as well as academic and selected public libraries.