2 edition of Politics and persuasion found in the catalog.
Politics and persuasion
Includes bibliographical references (p. 145-148).
|LC Classifications||JQ2929.A5 W35 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||148 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||2004411106|
The Language of Persuasion in Politics book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This accessible introductory textbook looks at the /5(5). 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 including: ‘spin’, ‘spin control’ and ‘image’ politics models of persuasion: authority, contrast, association pseudo-logical and ‘post-truth’ arguments political interviewing: difficult.
Persuasive studies show that if you take people who are deeply into their political identities and make them watch, listen to and read those who have opposite views, it . 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.
Persuasion and Power is a book about the art of communication strategy, how it is used, where, and why. Farwell's adroit use of vivid examples produce a well-researched, entertaining story that illustrates how its principles have made a critical difference throughout history in the outcomes of crises, conflicts, politics, and diplomacy across different cultures and societies. "Majone restores persuasion—rhetoric, argument, advocacy, and their institutionalization—to the central place they deserve in the policy process. His book is a pleasure to read and to ponder."—Aaron Wildavsky, Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley.
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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.
What Planners Do: Power, Politics, and Persuasion 1st Edition by Charles Hoch (Author) › Visit Amazon's Charles Hoch Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author.
Learn about Author Central Cited by: The book is rich with information, and full of interesting anecdotes from the lives of real professional planners. Unfortunately, in between the interviews and their commentary are long, dry stretches of I'm giving this book a 3 because of the kind of information it presents-- not because of the way in which it /5.
“Critics, Politics and persuasion book [recently], value Persuasion highly, as the author’s ‘most deeply felt fiction,’ ‘the novel which in the end the experienced reader of Jane Austen puts at the head of the list.’ Anne wins back Wentworth and wins over the reader; we may, like him, end up thinking Anne’s character ‘perfection itself.’” –from the Introduction by Judith Terry.
Politics and Persuasion Media Coverage of Zimbabwe's Election by Ragnar Waldahl. 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.
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. Politics and persuasion book 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.
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.
Of all the political threads that permeate “The Female Persuasion,” the one that interests me most is the challenge of intergenerational feminism. The art of political persuasion.
National & World Affairs. The art of political persuasion. “There’s a whole host of things going on in social psychology, psychology, and behavioral economics about how humans act and how preferences are formed” that can shed more light on “why politics is the way it is,” said Matthew Blackwell, an assistant professor of government in the Harvard Faculty of Arts.
Political Persuasion and Attitude Change boldly contradicts the received wisdom on the extent of mass media's influence on political attitudes and argues that the media's effects are indeed.
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.
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 tolerance.
But Tempest has managed to apply Cicero’s works not selectively to make her case, but broadly examines his works to compose a fair assessment of the man.
This book is highly worth /5(22). Persuasion is the last novel fully completed by Jane was published at the end ofsix months after her death.
The story concerns Anne Elliot, a young Englishwoman of 27 years, whose family is moving to lower their expenses and get out of : Jane Austen. “This book is the most penetrating analysis in recent history of how testing politics operates.
It is a rare combination of testing, concepts, instruction, conflicting values, and hardball political strategies. It provides a new type of policy instrument--hortatory policy--for scholars and practitioners to use.”Cited by: 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. 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.
Book Description. 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 including: ‘spin’, ‘spin control’ and ‘image’ politics ; models of persuasion.
Request PDF | Persuasion in Politics: A textbook. | Intended as a textbook for courses in politics, media and communication studies, this volume looks at the relationship among politicians, the.
Kathryn Tempest is senior lecturer in Latin literature and Roman history, University of Roehampton, and author of Cicero: Politics and Persuasion in Ancient Rome. She lives in Surrey, UK. She lives in Surrey, UK/5. Politics, Persuasion, and Issue-Based Advocacy Mark Harvey. In this book Mark Harvey takes a close look into the phenomenon of celebrity advocacy in an attempt to determine the nature of celebrity influence, and the source and extent of its power.
What Planners Dois an innovative study of strategies used by urban planners in city governments of the United States to grapple with the political side of their profession.
Hoch focuses on the attitudes of planners toward the compromises they make to accommodate political conflict, budgetary constraints, and bureaucratic red tape.
Covered are the ways planners utilize research, formulate plans. 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.It attempts to integrate areas of social psychology, political psychology, political science, and communication.
Although the theoretical support for the use of metaphors as persuasive devices is strong, the experimental research supporting the theories is sparse and by: 2.