Rushed to Judgment: Talk Radio, Persuasion, and American Political Behavior

Rushed to Judgment: Talk Radio, Persuasion, and American Political Behavior

by David Barker
     
 

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Editorial Reviews

Political Communication - C. Richard Hofstetter
The volume exemplifies both rigorous and creative sciences. It is appropriate for many political communication and behavior university classes.

Political Communication
The volume exemplifies both rigorous and creative sciences. It is appropriate for many political communication and behavior university classes.

— C. Richard Hofstetter

Journalism and Mass Communication Educator - Christopher H. Sterling
[A] welcome addition to the growing shelf of scholarly works on radio broadcasting... well documented... offers useful research paths for others to follow.

Australasian Journal of American Studies - Bridget Griffin-Foley
[An] important and quite ground-breaking study of American conservative call-in talk radio.

Public Opinion Quarterly - David C. Barker
the volume is useful not only for those who study media effects, but also for those who work in the area of political persuasion.

Journalism and Mass Communication Educator
[A] welcome addition to the growing shelf of scholarly works on radio broadcasting... well documented... offers useful research paths for others to follow.

— Christopher H. Sterling

Australasian Journal of American Studies
[An] important and quite ground-breaking study of American conservative call-in talk radio.

— Bridget Griffin-Foley

Public Opinion Quarterly
the volume is useful not only for those who study media effects, but also for those who work in the area of political persuasion.

— David C. Barker

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780231504218
Publisher:
Columbia University Press
Publication date:
08/14/2012
Series:
Power, Conflict, and Democracy: American Politics Into the 21st Century
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
141
File size:
17 MB
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Doris A. Graber
David Barker's theoretically grounded, empirically based analysis explains how persuasion works for all the new, unabashedly biased media that are flourishing today. Methodologically, the experimental research that grounds the figures is imaginatively designed and beautifully executed. It provides a model for sophisticated modern political communication research.

Meet the Author

David Barker is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Pittsburgh. Prof. Barker has published several articles on talk radio in the Journal of Politics, Social Science Quarterly, and Political Communication.


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