Part of the “Longman Classics in Political Science” series, this renowned book, known for a lively writing style, provocative point of view, and exceptional scholarship, has been thoroughly revised and updated, including up-to-the-minute case studies and the latest research.
This favorite of both instructors and students is a "behind-the-scenes" tour of news in American politics. The core question explored in this book is: How well does the news, as the core of the national political information system, serve the needs of democracy? In investigating this question, the book examines how various political actors — from presidents and members of Congress, to interest organizations and citizen-activists — try to get their messages into the news.
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...[T]his book is excellent. It is well-organized, incisively written, and suffused with vivid examples from social science and the news itself to illustrate Bennett’s arguments about the nature–and shortcomings–of the news.
--Danny Hayes, Syracuse University
Part of the Longman Classics in Political Science series, this renowned text–known for its lively writing style, provocative point of view, and exceptional scholarship–has been thoroughly revised and updated to include the most current case studies and the latest research. A favorite of students and instructors alike, this behind-the-scenes tour of the American media explores the central question: How well does the news, as the core of the national political information system, serve the needs of democracy? In examining this question, the text discusses how various political actors–from presidents and members of Congress, to interest organizations and citizen activists–try to convey their messages through the news.
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Book Description Longman, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11020564984X
Book Description Longman Pub Group, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 8th edition. 336 pages. 9.00x6.50x0.75 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # __020564984X