Table of contents for The political communication reader / edited by Ralph Negrine and James Stanyer.

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Section 1:	Media and Democracy
1. Public Opinion
Walter Lippmann 
2. Rich Media, Poor Democracy 
Robert McChesney 
3. The ¿propaganda model¿ 
Jens Klaehn
4. Media theory after the fall of European Communism 
Colin Sparks 
5. Rethinking Media and Democracy 
James Curran 
6. The ¿Mediatization¿ of Politics 
Gianpietro Mazzoleni and Winfried Schulz 
7. The Political-Media Complex at 50 
David Swanson
8. The Third Age of Political Communication 
Jay G. Blumler and Dennis Kavanagh 
Section 2:	Media and Political Advocates
9. Politicians and the Press
Jay G. Blumler and Michael Gurevitch 
10. The News Media as a Political Institution
Timothy Cook 
11. We Keep America on Top of the World 
Dan Hallin 
12. The Media Politics of Criminal Justice 
Philip Schlesinger and Howard Tumber 
13. Media and Political Conflict 
Gadi Wolsfeld 
14. Strategic Public Diplomacy 
Jarol B. Manheim 
Section 3:	Elections and Campaigning
15. Platforms and Windows 
Elihu Katz 
16. The Formation of Campaign Agendas 
Holli Semetko, Blumler, J., Gurevitch, M., Weaver, D., Barkin, S., and Wilhoit, G.C. 
17. Packaging the Presidency 
Kathleen Hall Jamieson 
18. The Wisdom of the War Room 
Maggie Scammell 
19. The ¿Americanization¿ of Political Communication 
Ralph Negrine and Stylianos Papathanassopouls 
20. Politics, Media and Modern Democracy 
David Swanson and Paolo Mancini 
21. Political Communications in Postindustrial Societies.
Pippa Norris 
Section 4:	Marketing Politics
22. Professional Communication and the Means of Social Influence 
Leon H. Mayhew 
23. New Frontiers in Political Professionalism 
Paolo Mancini 
24. Professionalization: Of What? Since When? By Whom?
Darren G. Lilleker and Ralph Negrine 
25. Parties and Campaign Professionals in a Digital Age 
David M. Farrell, Robin Kolodny and Stephen Medvic 
26. Global Political Campaigning 
Fritz Plasser with Gunda Plasser
27. The Politics of Marketing the Labour Party
Dominic Wring 
28. Political Marketing: Issues for Political Science 
Margaret Scammell 
Section 5:	Media effects
29. The Reinforcement Effect 
Paul F. Lazarsfeld, Bernard Berelson, and Hazel Gaudet 
30. The Effects of Newspapers 
Pippa Norris, John Curtice, David Sanders, Margaret Scammell and Holli A. Semetko 
31. The Agenda-Setting Function of Mass Media
Maxwell E. McCombs and Donald L Shaw 
32. Images/ Issues/ Impact: The Media And Campaign '92
Justin Lewis, Michael Morgan, and Andy Ruddock 
33. Cognitive Bases for Framing Effects
Joseph N. Cappella and Kathleen Hall Jamieson
34. Effects of Framing on Attributions of Responsibility for Crime and 
Shanto Iyengar
35. The Audience is a Crowd, the Crowd is a Public: Latter-Day Thoughts on 
Lang and Lang¿s ¿MacArthur Day in Chicago¿
Elihu Katz and Daniel Dayan 
Section 6:	Media and Political Engagement
36. Technology and Mass Media
Robert D. Putnam
37. The Long Campaign: The Politics of Tedium
Thomas E. Patterson
38. Talking News, Talking Politics
David Buckingham
39. Audience Engagement with Politically Incorrect
Jeffery P. Jones
40. Public Access Broadcasting in the UK: A History
Brian McNair, Matthew Hibberd, Philip Schlesinger	
41. Media Participation: a Legitimizing Mechanism of Mass Democracy 
Erik P. Bucy and Kimberly S. Gregson 
Section 7:	Personalization
42. The Evolution of Celebrityhood
Darrell M. West and John Orman
43. Cultural Struggle, the New News, and the Politics of Popularity in the Age of 
Jesse "the Body" Ventura
Kevin Glynn
44. The Man fom Hope: Hyperreal Intimacy and the Invention of Bill Clinton
Shawn J. Parry-Giles and Trevor Parry-Giles
45. Out of Order
Larry J. Sabato, Mark Stencel and S. Robert Lichter
46. The Nature of Political Scandal
John B. Thompson
47. What Happened to Sex Scandals? Politics and Peccadilloes, Jefferson to 
John H. Summers
Section 8:	New Media, New Politics?
48. Communicating Global Activism: Strengths and vulnerabilities of networked 
W. Lance Bennett
49. Smart Mobs: The Power of the Mobile Many 
Howard Rheingold
50. Networking Dissent: Cyber Activists Use the Internet to Promote Democracy 
in Burma 
Tiffany Danitz and Warren P. Strobel 
51. Buzz, Blogs, and Beyond: The Internet and the National Discourse in the Fall 
of 2004
Michael Cornfield, Jonathan Carson, Alison Kalis and Emily Simon
52. Democratisation, Parties and the Net: Mexico - Model or Aberration? 
Darren Wallis 
53. How the Net Will Not Contribute to Democracy
Michael Margolis and David Resnick

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mass media -- Political aspects.
Communication -- Political aspects.