The Millennium Election: Communication in the 2000 Campaignby Lynda Lee Kaid
Kaid (telecommunication, U. of Florida), Tedesco (communication studies, Virginia Tech), Bystrom (politics, Iowa State U.), and McKinney (communication, U. of Missouri) present the results of a research project that sought to explore the range of communication used by political and media actors during the 2000 presidential campaigns, as well as its impact on the political socialization of young voters. The impact of different campaign techniques, including use of the Internet and campaign films for national conventions, is also discussed. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Lynda Lee Kaid is professor of telecommunication and senior associate dean of the College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida. John C. Tedesco is assistant professor of Communication Studies at Virginia Tech. Dianne G. Bystrom has served as the director of the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics at Iowa State University since 1996. Mitchell S. McKinney is assistant professor of Communication at the University of Missouri, Columbia.
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