The Ideology of Order: A Comparative Analysis of Jean Bodin and Thomas Hobbes [NOOK Book]

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A school of thought traceable to the political writings of Bodin and Hobbes believes that "order" is the cardinal principle which takes precedence over "justice" - which is reduced to conformity. The main concern of this book is to analyse this tradition through study of its progenitors.
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The Ideology of Order: A Comparative Analysis of Jean Bodin and Thomas Hobbes

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Overview

A school of thought traceable to the political writings of Bodin and Hobbes believes that "order" is the cardinal principle which takes precedence over "justice" - which is reduced to conformity. The main concern of this book is to analyse this tradition through study of its progenitors.
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Comprises 18 contributions which examine the dialogue between the politicians and the people as it was mediated by the press, television, advertising, and opinion polls. The contributions mix academic research, expert experience, and personal reflections. Topics include the Conservative Party's advertising strategy, UK political parties and campaigning in cyberspace, the tabloid press in the 1997 general election, campaign journalism at the BBC, and the case for and against regulation of television in elections. Of interest to academic political scientists, media specialists, and to anyone with an active interest in elections and the mass media. Distributed by ISBS. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781135253332
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 10/23/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 384
  • File size: 3 MB

Table of Contents

Notes on Contributors
Preface
List of Figures and Tables
List of Abbreviations
Introduction
Pt. I Party Strategies
1 Why Labour Won 3
2 Why the Conservatives Lost 12
3 'Sausages or Policeman?' The Role of the Liberal Democrats in the 1997 General Election Campaign 16
4 The Role of Labour's Advertising in the 1997 General Election 28
5 The Conservative Party's Advertising Strategy 45
Pt. II Campaigning and Opinion Polls
6 The Media and the Polls: Pundits, Polls and Prognostications in British General Elections 53
7 Constituency Campaigning in the 1997 General Election: Party Effort and Electoral Effect 75
8 The First Internet Election? UK Political Parties and Campaigning in Cyberspace 93
Pt. III The Campaign in the Press
9 Swingers, Clingers, Waverers, Quaverers: The Tabloid Press in the 1997 General Election 115
10 Leaders and Leading Articles: Characterisation of John Major and Tony Blair in the Editorials of the National Daily Press 131
Pt. IV The Campaign on Television
11 Too Much of a Good Thing? Television in the 1997 Election Campaign 149
12 Change in the Air: Campaign Journalism at the BBC, 1997 176
13 Television and the 1997 Election Campaign: A View from Sky News 195
14 The Debate that Never Happened: Television and the Party Leaders, 1997 205
Pt. V The Regulation of Television in Elections
15 Debate on Section 93 of the Representation of the People Act In Favour: The Case for the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Candidates 217
16 Debate on Section 93 of the Representation of the People Act The Case Against: Scrap It 222
17 Regulations, the Media and the 1997 General Election: The ITC Perspective 227
18 Legal Constraints, Real and Imagined 236
Index
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