Published March 20, 1997
by Sage Publications, Inc .
Written in English
|Contributions||Alberto Gonzalez (Editor), Dolores V. Tanno (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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Studies in Communication and Politics Edited By Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska and Michał Głowacki Technological development and the emergence of new notions of media and media-like services (blogs, online gaming, social networks, wikis, virtual worlds etc.) have changed the nature of communication, making it more open, personalized, fragmented. Part I. PERSPECTIVES ON POLITICS AND CULTURE. 1. Imaginative frames for politics, communication and culture / Alberto González and Dolores V. Tanno Cultural influences in political communication / D. Ray Heisey Complicity and coherence in intercultural communication: a dialogue / Karen L. Dace and Mark McPhail All the mass media are important as channels of communication in politics. We have come a long way from the days when campaigns were national social galas and communication was carried out only by handbill, newspaper, or oratory from the stump (and, of course, the Cited by: 5. The idea of culture as something that is shared means that it is vital to understand culture and communication in relation to one another. The relationship between culture and communication, in all its forms, is tightly interwoven and interlinked. We can see that communication enables the spread and reiteration of culture.