Democracy for Realists: Why Elections Do Not Produce Responsive Government (Princeton Studies in Political Behavior) | Tweeting to Power | Mass Media and American Politics | News | Why Americans Hate the Media and How It Matters | Informing the News | Here Comes Everybody
Current and authoritative, from a top scholar in the field.Media Politics encourages students to take a critical look at the relationship between media and politics by analyzing how the media influences American politics and how politicians use the media to get elected, stay in power, and achieve policy goals. Drawing on recent research on topics students care aboutâincluding new digital and social media and the polarization of politicsâand the authorâs specially curated online video archive, Media Politics remains the most current text for the course.
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