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The Professionalisation of Political Communication. [electronic resource].

By: Negrine, Ralph.
Contributor(s): Holtz-Bacha, Christina | Papathanassopoulos, Stylianos | Mancini, Paolo.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Changing media--changing Europe series: v. 3.Publisher: Bristol : Intellect, 2007Description: 1 online resource (194 p.).ISBN: 9781841509624 (electronic bk.); 1841509620 (electronic bk.); 184150159X; 9781841501598; 1280762993; 9781280762994.Subject(s): Communication in politics -- Europe | Communication in politics | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Political Process -- GeneralGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: No titleDDC classification: 324.73 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Front Cover; Preliminaries; Foreword; Contents; Chapter 1: Political Communication in the Era of; Chapter 2: The Professionalisation of Political Communication; Chapter 3: Professionalisation in the British Electoral and Political Context; Chapter 4: Professionalisation of Politics in Germany; Chapter 5: The Swedish Model Becomes Less Swedish; Chapter 6: From Accommodation to Professionalisation? The Changing Culture and Environment of Dutch Political Communication; Chapter 7: Political Professionalism in Italy; Chapter 8: Political Communication and Professionalisation in Greece.
Chapter 9: The Evolution of French Political Communication: Reaching the Limites of ProfessionalisationChapter 10: Political Transition and the Professionalisation of Political Communication; Chapter 11: The Professionalisation of Political Communication:; Index; Back Cover.
Summary: Has the communication of politics become professionalised? Who are the 'professionals' and what part do they play in the political process? Can the process of professionalisation be observed in different political systems? These, and related questions, about the changing nature of practices in political communication are explored in this book that looks at developments across a number of different countries.
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Front Cover; Preliminaries; Foreword; Contents; Chapter 1: Political Communication in the Era of; Chapter 2: The Professionalisation of Political Communication; Chapter 3: Professionalisation in the British Electoral and Political Context; Chapter 4: Professionalisation of Politics in Germany; Chapter 5: The Swedish Model Becomes Less Swedish; Chapter 6: From Accommodation to Professionalisation? The Changing Culture and Environment of Dutch Political Communication; Chapter 7: Political Professionalism in Italy; Chapter 8: Political Communication and Professionalisation in Greece.

Chapter 9: The Evolution of French Political Communication: Reaching the Limites of ProfessionalisationChapter 10: Political Transition and the Professionalisation of Political Communication; Chapter 11: The Professionalisation of Political Communication:; Index; Back Cover.

Has the communication of politics become professionalised? Who are the 'professionals' and what part do they play in the political process? Can the process of professionalisation be observed in different political systems? These, and related questions, about the changing nature of practices in political communication are explored in this book that looks at developments across a number of different countries.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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