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The Millennium Election: Communication in the 2000 Campaign / Edition 1
     

The Millennium Election: Communication in the 2000 Campaign / Edition 1

by Lynda Lee Kaid, John C. Tedesco, Dianne G. Bystrom, Mitchell S. McKinney, Karen Anderson
 

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ISBN-10: 0742525104

ISBN-13: 9780742525108

Pub. Date: 10/15/2003

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

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

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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

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780742525108
Publisher:
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date:
10/15/2003
Series:
Communication, Media, and Politics Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
280
Product dimensions:
5.86(w) x 8.94(h) x 0.64(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Acknowledgments Chapter 2 Introduction: Before Florida, There Was a Campaign.... Part 3 Part I: The Candidate Messages in Political Advertising and Debates Chapter 4 1. Style and Effects of the Bush and Gore Spots Chapter 5 2. Myth and Anti-Myth in Presidential Campaign Films-2000 Chapter 6 3. Issue Advocacy and Political Advertising in Election 2000 Chapter 7 4. Viewer Reactions to Presidential Debates:Learning Issue and Image Information Chapter 8 5. Character vs. Competence: Evidence from the 2000 Presidential Debates and Election Chapter 9 6. Lockbox and Fuzzy Math: Associations of Viewers' Debate Recall and Voter Behavior in the 2000 Presidential Campaign Part 10 Part II: Media Coverage Chapter 11 7. Metacoverage of the Press and Publicity in Campaign 2000 Network News Chapter 12 8. Representations of the Public and Public Opinion in National Television Election News Chapter 13 9. Watching the Adwatchers: Examination of Adwatch Stories from the 2000 Election Chapter 14 10. Issue Agendas in Candidate Messages vs. Media Coverage: Are Women and Men on the Same Page? Chapter 15 11. Candidates as Comedy: Political Presidential Humor on Late-Night Television Shows Part 16 Part III: New Technologies Chapter 17 12. Organizing an Online Campaign: The Legacy of McCain2000.com Chapter 18 13. Differences and Similarities in Use of Campaign Websites during the 2000 Presidential Election Chapter 19 14. Prelude to a Divide: Who Had Access in 2000? Part 20 Part IV: Socializing the Young Voter in Campaign 2000 Chapter 21 15. Political Discussion and Media Use: Contrasts Between Early and Late Campaign Phases Chapter 22 16. Across the Ages: Views of the 2000 Debates from College Freshman to Senior Citizens Chapter 23 17. The Voice of Young Citizens: A Study of Political Malaise in Campaign 2000 Chapter 24 Index Chapter 25 About the Contributors

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