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Frontiers in Political Communication

ISSN: 1525-9730

At the heart of how citizens, governments, and the media interact is the communication process, a process that is undergoing tremendous change. Never has there been a time when confronting the complexity of these evolving relationships been so important to the maintenance of civil society. This series seeks books that advance the understanding of this process from multiple perspectives and as it occurs in both institutionalized and non-institutionalized political settings. While works that provide new perspectives on traditional political communication questions are welcome, the series also encourages the submission of manuscripts that take an innovative approach to political communication, which seek to broaden the frontiers of study to incorporate critical and cultural dimensions of study as well as scientific and theoretical frontiers.

Titles

  • Title: After Empire

    After Empire

    Myth, Rhetoric, and Democratic Revival
    Volume 51
    by Robert L. Ivie (Author) Oscar Giner (Author) 2024
    ©2024 Textbook 158 Pages
  • Title: Beyond the Cold War

    Beyond the Cold War

    Presidential Rhetoric in Central and Eastern Europe
    Volume 50
    by Rebecca Townsend (Volume editor) 2024
    ©2023 Textbook 326 Pages
  • Title: Ecología de la desinformación y su impacto en el espacio público

    Ecología de la desinformación y su impacto en el espacio público

    Volume 49
    by Guillermo López García (Volume editor) 2023
    ©2023 Textbook 198 Pages
  • Title: Rhetoric, Politics, and Hamilton: An American Musical

    Rhetoric, Politics, and Hamilton: An American Musical

    Volume 48
    by Jeffrey P. Mehltretter Drury (Volume editor) Sara A. Mehltretter Drury (Volume editor) 2021
    ©2021 Textbook 210 Pages
  • Title: Religious Freedom v. Equal Protection

    Religious Freedom v. Equal Protection

    Clashing American Rights
    Volume 47
    by Kevin A. Johnson (Volume editor) Jennifer J. Asenas (Volume editor) 2022
    ©2022 Textbook 422 Pages
  • Title: The Conceit of Context

    The Conceit of Context

    Resituating Domains in Rhetorical Studies
    Volume 46
    by Charles E. Morris III (Volume editor) Kendall R. Phillips (Volume editor) 2020
    ©2020 Textbook 370 Pages
  • Title: Make America Meme Again

    Make America Meme Again

    The Rhetoric of the Alt-Right
    Volume 45
    by Heather Suzanne Woods (Author) Leslie A. Hahner (Author) 2019
    ©2020 Textbook 258 Pages
  • Title: City Places, Country Spaces

    City Places, Country Spaces

    Rhetorical Explorations of the Urban/Rural Divide
    Volume 44
    by Wendy Atkins-Sayre (Volume editor) Ashli Quesinberry Stokes (Volume editor) 2020
    ©2020 Textbook 306 Pages
  • Title: Reading the Presidency

    Reading the Presidency

    Advances in Presidential Rhetoric
    Volume 43
    by Stephen J. Heidt (Volume editor) Mary E. Stuckey (Volume editor) 2019
    ©2019 Textbook 348 Pages
  • Title: Alternative Spaces/Transformative Places

    Alternative Spaces/Transformative Places

    Democratizing Unruliness in an Age of Austerity
    Volume 41
    by Joshua D. Atkinson (Author) Clayton Rosati (Author) 2020
    ©2020 Monographs 256 Pages