1 edition of Politics of persuasion found in the catalog.
Politics of persuasion
|Statement||Edited by K. P. Misra and Rajendra Avasthi.|
|Contributions||Dhawan, Gopi Nath., Misra, Kashi Prasad, 1929- ed., Avasthī, Rājendra, 1933- ed.|
|LC Classifications||JQ211 .P6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 348 p.|
|Number of Pages||348|
|LC Control Number||sa 68003377|
The Politics of Persuasion: Economic Policy and Media Bias in the Modern Era - Ebook written by Anthony R. DiMaggio. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Politics of Persuasion: Economic Policy and Media Bias in the Modern Era. In his book Celebrity Influence, Mark Harvey explores this phenomenon more thoroughly and more seriously than perhaps any social scientist ever has. If you are interested in why and how celebrities affect our politics, you should read this book.” —Anthony J. Nownes, Professor of Political Science, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Explaining Theories of Persuasion S ince the mids when Dale Carnegie first published his best-selling book How to Win Friends and Influence People, the notion of how to persuade others has been both a popular and profitable subject. Concurrently, with the rise of mass media and the pervasivenessFile Size: KB. Whatever your persuasion, Facebook thinks it knows. For ads, Facebook has grouped users into five categories: very conservative, conservative, moderate, liberal and very : Jennifer Emily.
The Simple Psychological Trick to Political Persuasion Conservatives are more likely to support issues like immigration and Obamacare if the message is “morally reframed” to suit their values. The language of persuasion in politics: an introduction. [Alan Partington; Charlotte Taylor] -- "This accessible introductory textbook looks at the modern relationship between politicians, the press and the public through the language they employ, with extensive coverage of key topics.
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The Politics of Persuasion book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(22). His book, Celebrity Influence (University Press of Kansas), discusses the way celebrities have come to influence our political perceptions.
He has also published works on celebrity and media coverage in elections, the politics of innovation in the music industry, the politics of sports, human rights, economic development, democratization and virtual learning teams in the online by: 1.
To address this challenge, The Politics of Persuasion employs a multifaceted, mixed method approach to studying mass media and public attitudes.
Anthony R. DiMaggio analyzes more than a dozen case. This book demonstrates how the study of language use can help us Politics of persuasion book, exploit and protect ourselves from the art of persuasion. With a wide variety of practical examples on both recent issues and historically significant ones, every topic is complemented with guiding tasks, queries and exercises with keys and commentaries at the end of each unit.
Political Persuasion and Attitude Change - Google Books. Political Persuasion and Attitude Change defines and introduces a new field of research, one that investigates the alteration of people's attitudes: when people can be moved, and when they cannot.
Each chapter synopsizes a major area of political persuasion and provides an update on the latest findings as well as overviews of past research in. Of all the political threads that permeate “The Female Persuasion,” the one that interests me most is the challenge of intergenerational feminism.
The Jacksonian Persuasion book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Meyers's book is a major study in Jacksonian democracy and /5.
From fake news to social media targeting and manipulation, we are often susceptible to persuasive techniques in politics. By Luke Field, UCD. The art of persuasion has been central to politics.
Understanding and navigating organizational politics: Organizations have formal and informal structures. Understanding and effectively navigating through complex political situations require political insight.
Leaders adjust to the reality of corporate politics and are sensitive to how the organization functions. Cicero Politics and Persuasion in Ancient Rome by Kathryn Tempest.
This book was a surprise. In modern times it seems so often that armchair scholars approach Cicero with a strong degree of self-righteous by: 6.
The paper was inspired in part by prior research and a forthcoming book project, which examines the long-term impact of slavery on political attitudes in the American South and why white people who live in areas historically active during slavery still hold very conservative and hostile views on race more than years after slavery ended.
Event Bidding: Politics, Persuasion and Resistance develops a comprehensive, critical understanding of the bidding processes surrounding the award of major peripatetic events. This is achieved by drawing together existing knowledge on the subject of event bidding, combining this with historical and contemporary examples to enable a critical commentary on the bidding process itself and the struggle.
On Friday, April 6 at 7 p.m., Meg Wolitzer will be in conversation with Book World editor Ron Charles at Politics and Prose Bookstore, Connecticut Ave. The Female Persuasion By Author: Katherine Heiny. Intended as a textbook for courses in politics, media and communication studies, this volume looks at the relationship among politicians, the press and the public through the language they employ.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Celebrity Influence: Politics, Persuasion, and Issue-Based Advocacy by Mark Harvey at Barnes & Noble. FREE Pages: Alan Partington is Professor of Political Linguistics at Bologna University, Italy. He is the author of Patterns and Meanings in Discourse (with Alison Duguid and Charlotte Taylor, ), The Linguistics of Laughter: A Corpus-Assisted Study of Laughter-talk at the White House (Routledge, ), Persuasion in Politics (with Charlotte Taylor, ) and The Linguistics of Political Argument Author: Alan Partington.
Political persuasion is an art, but also a science. And since anyone can ramble about the “art” part, we are going to focus on the science of political persuasion. This article will show you the influencing techniques that politicians use to persuade people to vote and back their policies – even when it’s not in the voters’ best.
Assertions of media bias seem to be part of every news cycle as politicians complain of a biased “elite media.” Understanding whether this bias truly exists, and measuring the effects of media coverage on public opinion, is the latest project of Anthony DiMaggio. In his latest book, The Politics of Persuasion, DiMaggio assessed mass media and public attitudes over a year period.
This book opens with a full discussion of 'mediated politics' and of developments in the media in Zimbabwe since independence up until the present day. The author analyses in considerable depth the election, posing the central and habitual question, namely, whether it was free and fair, taking into consideration factors of political competition, political violence and intimidation.
Book Description. Museums and Sites of Persuasion examines the concept of museums and memory sites as locations that attempt to promote human rights, democracy and peace. Demonstrating that such sites have the potential to act as powerful spaces of persuasion or contestation, the book also shows that there are perils in the selective memory and history that they present.
Epidemics and Society by Frank M Snowden review – illuminating and persuasive or politics or war. One of the more depressing realisations in reading this necessary and persuasive book.
Aristotle’s Rhetoric: The Philosophy of Persuasion. by Van Bryan on J A political scientist must be skilled in rhetoric so he can convince the lawmakers to enact laws that are beneficial for the polis.
This goes for all crafts and art forms, Aristotle says. Rhetoric, The Philosophy of Persuasion «Previous post. Maybe reframing political arguments in terms of your audience’s morality should be viewed less as an exercise in targeted, strategic persuasion, and .