Section Political Communication Research - News
This Section aims to promote comparative research in political communication including the changes in political communication processes induced by new media and their influence at all levels. Particular attention is given to the media and political socialisation, political campaigning, public opinion and political participation, and interactions between the media and intermediary organisations such as interest groups and political parties. Studies of the uses of the media in campaigns and elections as well as in political marketing processes in government and the role the media play in local and informal forms of governance are of interest here.
Chair: Marie Grusell (University of Gothenburg, Sweden) [Contact]
Vice Chair: André Haller (University of Applied Sciences Kufstein Tyrol, Austria) [Contact]
Vice Chair: Martín Echeverría (Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico) [Contact]
Vice Chair: Sara Garcia (Universitat Ramon Llull, Spain) [Contact]
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The section also is also seeking papers on any of the whole range of political communication research: the media and...
Note that we also seek papers on any of the whole range of political communication research: the media and political socialization, political campaigning,...
at the 2009 IAMCR conference in Mexico City.
The section is interested
in papers bearing on all the dimensions in political communication of
Paris 12, France, was reelected Section Chair for a 4 years term,
according to IAMCR statutes, and has been confirmed at the following
General Assembly. In order to help with the increasing number of
members of the Political Communication Research Section, two
14 panels and 20 poster sessions have been organized for the Paris Conference, totalling 111 papers (and even more participating colleagues, considering collective presentations). Last minute no-shows were very few, much...