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New directions in media and politics / edited by Travis N. Ridout.

Contributor(s): Ridout, Travis N, 1974-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: JA85.2.U5 N48 2019Series: New directions in American politics: Publication: New York, NY : Routledge, 2019Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xviii, 323 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781138559127 (pbk.); 1138559121 (pbk.); 9781138559110 (hbk.); 1138559113 (hbk.).Subject(s): Communication in politics -- United States | Mass media -- Political aspects -- United States | Mass media -- United States
Contents:
The American media system today: is the public fragmenting? / Natalie Jomini Stroud and Ashley Muddiman -- Political dynamics of framing / S.R. Gubitz, Samara Klar, Joshua Robison and James N. Druckman -- Distrust of the news media as a symptom and a further cause of partisan polarization / Jonathan M. Ladd and Alexander R. Podkul -- All politics is local?: assessing the role of local television news in a polarized era / Erika Franklin Fowler -- News media and war: warmongers or peacemakers? / Piers Robinson -- Campaigns go social: are Facebook, Snapchat, and Twitter changing elections? / Young Mie Kim, Richard James Heinrich, Soo Yun Kim, and Robyn Baragwanath -- The move to mobile: what's the impact on citizen news attention? / Johanna Dunaway, Kathleen Searles, Mingxiao Sui, and Newly Paul -- Negative campaigns: are they good for American democracy? / Yanna Krupnikov and Elizabeth C. Connors -- Targeting campaign messages: good for campaigns but bad for America? / Michael M. Franz -- Do the media give women candidates are fair shake? / Regina G. Lawrence -- Congress and the media: who has the upper hand? -- Reassessing the power of speech in a crowded media world: conditional modern presidential leadership of public opinion / Brandon Rottinghaus -- Media and public policy: does media coverage depend on the medium? / Matt Guardino -- Fake news: what is the influence of fabricate stories and efforts to undermine media credibility? / Travis N. Ridout and Erika Franklin Flower -- Politics in the digital age: a scary prospect? / Roderick P. Hart.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The American media system today: is the public fragmenting? / Natalie Jomini Stroud and Ashley Muddiman -- Political dynamics of framing / S.R. Gubitz, Samara Klar, Joshua Robison and James N. Druckman -- Distrust of the news media as a symptom and a further cause of partisan polarization / Jonathan M. Ladd and Alexander R. Podkul -- All politics is local?: assessing the role of local television news in a polarized era / Erika Franklin Fowler -- News media and war: warmongers or peacemakers? / Piers Robinson -- Campaigns go social: are Facebook, Snapchat, and Twitter changing elections? / Young Mie Kim, Richard James Heinrich, Soo Yun Kim, and Robyn Baragwanath -- The move to mobile: what's the impact on citizen news attention? / Johanna Dunaway, Kathleen Searles, Mingxiao Sui, and Newly Paul -- Negative campaigns: are they good for American democracy? / Yanna Krupnikov and Elizabeth C. Connors -- Targeting campaign messages: good for campaigns but bad for America? / Michael M. Franz -- Do the media give women candidates are fair shake? / Regina G. Lawrence -- Congress and the media: who has the upper hand? -- Reassessing the power of speech in a crowded media world: conditional modern presidential leadership of public opinion / Brandon Rottinghaus -- Media and public policy: does media coverage depend on the medium? / Matt Guardino -- Fake news: what is the influence of fabricate stories and efforts to undermine media credibility? / Travis N. Ridout and Erika Franklin Flower -- Politics in the digital age: a scary prospect? / Roderick P. Hart.

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