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The paper argues that post-socialist neoliberal democracy is hindered by the exposed or conditioned ethnic symbolic radical populism, particularly in the post-Yugoslav ethnonationalism political behavior: the approach towards the fascist ideology symbols disregards the communist social memory of stability and collectivism-oriented community. Former...
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Online Social Networks (OSNs) offer new means for political communications that have quickly begun to play crucial roles in political campaigns, due to their pervasiveness and communication speed. However, the OSN environment is quite slippery and hides potential risks: many studies presented evidence about the presence of d/misinformation campaign...
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Social networks are increasingly used for discussing all kinds of topics, including those related to politics, serving as a virtual arena. Consequently, analysing online conversations, for example, to predict election outcomes, is becoming a popular and challenging research area. On social networking sites, citizens express themselves spontaneously...
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This contribution offers the author’s personal experience with a project that took place 25 years ago in Latin America. This was about Second Order Auditing in Colombia during the second part of the 1990s. This project was carried out at the Country’s National Auditing Office (CGR), and was an application of the Viable System Model (VSM) and the Vi...
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Sorry, still correcting. Summary My main claim in this book is that our so-called "moral position" determined largely by our concerns ("Theory of concerns", first chapter). The concept I am introducing is that people join together in communities also on the basis of some special interests and concerns. This can sometimes lead to problems if the as...
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THE MAIN TEXT REMOVED (because of possible freedoms restrictions in Europe) Summary My main claim in this book is that our so-called "moral position" determined largely by our concerns ("Theory of concerns", first chapter). The concept I am introducing is that people join together in communities also on the basis of some special interests and conc...
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This work is a manifest content analysis of Presidential Democracy Day broadcast speeches in relation to national development in Nigeria between 2019 and 2020. The study ascertained the number of words adopted for presidential broadcast speeches to mark the 2019 and 2020 democracy day celebration. It also found out the frequency which major sectors...
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Ideological media bias is increasingly central to the study of politics. Yet, past literature often assumes that the ideological bias of any outlet, at least in the short term, is static and exogenous to the political process. We challenge this assumption. We use longitudinal data from the Stanford Cable News Analyzer (2010 to 2021), which reports...
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Populist politicians performing as celebrities and celebrities becoming populist politicians is a phenomenon that illustrates how populism and celebrity politics can easily be combined in contemporary political communication. This study aims to gain a deeper understanding of the latter type of celebrity populist by analyzing the Facebook posts of C...
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The social media are expected to bridge the knowledge gap and compact the global village, however, changes in communication brought about by increasing access to them have engendered complexity, vitality and absurdity in many cases. Scholars have argued that some social media users lack the skills required to scan exposure, selection and applicatio...
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Datuk Kalampayan's political communication research began with his contributions to the government of the Banjar Sultanate, such as the establishment of an advisory body to the Sultan, the establishment of a juridical institution known as Karakatan Qadhi as the forerunner of today's religious courts, the writing of fiqh books of worship in Malay at...
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Ao longo de uma década de existência, o COMPA tem estudado diversos fenômenos contemporâneos de comunicação política com o olhar mais voltado para a organização da sociedade em grupos de pressão, movimentos sociais, redes de mobilização e outras formas de associação e de ação política. A intenção deste livro é registrar parte da produção do grupo,...
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The rise of populist far-right parties in Western societies is the phenomenon of last 20 years. The conditions that created such a phenomenon has emerged after 9/11 terrorist attacks and has conspicuously been accelerating as a result of the migration waves originated from Asia and especially from the Middle East. The link between those phenomena s...
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The purpose of the study was to analyze Da’wah Tarbiyah of the Indonesian Muslim Students Islamic Union (KAMMI) from the perspective of political communication and public opinion. The methodology used is qualitative with a literature study approach. Data was collected from various journals, books, and research results published online. Data analysi...
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A look at the evolution of Seismology and Engineering Construction from the mid-1700s until the mid-1900s is presented to understand the main accomplishments achieved. Then, we perspective the new advancements toward future mitigation of earthquake impacts with a clear proposal for sustainability and ecological challenge. We will concentrate on ana...
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Web search engines are important online information intermediaries that are frequently used and highly trusted by the public despite multiple evidence of their outputs being subjected to inaccuracies and biases. One form of such inaccuracy, which so far received little scholarly attention, is the presence of conspiratorial information, namely pages...
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Resumen Utilizando la teoría del framing en un estudio empírico de caso, se analiza la caracterización y el encuadre que los medios de comunicación mexicanos hicieron sobre el cabildeo en torno a la política de etiquetado frontal de alimentos y bebidas o NOM-051. Aunque existe una idea de cómo los medios de comunicación retratan este controvertido...
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Previous research has shown that the public tends to see some groups as less deserving of social rights. Our focus in this article is whether they are also seen as less entitled to engage in political claims-making. Recent theorists of inclusive nationalism argue that whether minorities are seen as having the right to codetermine the future may dep...
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Increased access to Internet technologies in Kenya has necessitated the thriving of political communication in digital media spaces such as Twitter and Facebook. It has also led to the emergence of political influencers who shape political conversations in various ways. While these individuals are celebrated by some, they have often faced governmen...
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Das politische Plakat ist alleinig im Kontext politischer Kommunikation zu verstehen und zu interpretieren. Das macht klar, warum isolierte, nach literaler und ästhetischer Interpretation fragende Analysen von Plakaten letztendlich nicht die gewünschten Erkenntnisse liefern. Deshalb versuchte diese Studie, das vollständige Umfeld politischer Kommun...
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The main aim of this paper, a revised version of a paper presented at the Conference Political communication: Observed with Niklas Luhmann’s systems theory at IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia May 2019, is to present and discuss Luhmann’s complex theory of power. As most of Luhmann’s texts also on this theme only is published in German language, my aim is at...
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Long before the exacerbating effects of COVID-19, household food insecurity (HFI) has been a persistent yet hidden problem in wealthy nations such as Canada, where it has been perpetuated in part through dominant discourses and practices. In this critique of HFI-related frameworks, we suggest that discourses organized around the production and (re)...
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After decades of television influence, image and audiovisual language have become central elements of political communication. The irruption of social media has further invigorated the strategic use of video, by allowing the autonomous dissemination of content and a closer approach to citizens. Our objective is to analyze the management of video on...
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Violence and avoidable poverty are the two cardinal evils of human history. They stand out because they are human-made: they are evils humanity inflicts upon itself or, more accurately, evils that human beings inflict on one another. They stand out also because each of them destroys vastly more human potential than natural calamities, such as disea...
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It is the review of a book, authored by BrianMcNair. I reviewed it and had it published in an academic research journal based in Pakistan.
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How is political news shared online? This fundamental question for political communication research in today’s news ecology is still poorly understood. In particular, very little is known about whether and how news sharing differs from news viewing. Based on a unique dataset of ≈ 870,000 URLs shared ≈ 100 million times on Facebook, grouped by count...
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Nativism is one of the defining phenomena of the contemporary era. Yet, we know little about how malleable citizen attitudes associated with nativism and nationalism are to priming effects when media frames which deal with key issues such as immigration are introduced. In this article, we present the findings from a survey experiment fielded to a n...
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This study examines the conditions that make adolescents open to their parents’ attempts at political socialization. Based on a reformulation of the perceptual accuracy argument, that parents’ messages are filtered through correct perceptions of these messages by adolescents, the study suggests that adolescents who accurately recognize their parent...
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Political communication has undergone transformations since the advent of digital networks, but do these new platforms promote interactivity and a public sphere with a more democratic political debate or do they function as echo chambers of the elites? In this research, we study the accounts that Spanish politicians started following on Twitter fro...
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Participation in the political process is the fundamental right and responsibility of a citizen. Online political participation has gained popularity as it is convenient and effective. Political crowdfunding helps political candidates and parties pledge funds, usually small, from a large population and seek support through marketing campaigns durin...
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Recibido el 21 de marzo de 2022. Aceptado el 8 de junio de 2022. Resumen La emergencia de las redes sociales como medios de comunicación política ha renovado el interés por analizar no solo la integración de narrativas en la opinión pública, sino también por diseñar instrumentos metodológicos para valorar su difusión. Lo que conlleva a un examen ac...
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The aim of this chapter is to examine and compare visual political communications of the populist parties 'Podemos / Unidas Podemos', 'Ciudadanos', and VOX (in Spain) and Sweden Democrats (in Sweden) in recent national elections -- 28 April and 10 November 2019 in Spain, and 14 September 2014 and 9 September 2018 in Sweden. The rise of populist pol...
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Democratic transitions provide additional insight into how media systems, journalism, government communication, and digital platforms combine into what the authors call the B-side of political communication studies. By that, they assume different structural and historic characteristics that guide the objectives and theoretical perspectives from whi...
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How citizens perceive social crises is heavily influenced by the information sources they use and their individual characteristics. These strongly impact how the information received is processed and interpreted. This should also be true in the case of the COVID-19 pandemic that started to shake up the world in early 2020. Based on recent research...
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This paper discusses the impact of new media on local politics and politicians in a highly digitalised and advanced democracy. Through case studies and interviews of elite representatives in three Norwegian municipalities, the paper's ambition is to gain further understanding of the use of new media at the local political level and how new media in...
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En el transcurso de la pandemia de COVID-19, las redes sociales adquirieron especial relevancia al constituirse como un espacio de entretenimiento y encuentro con otras personas durante el confinamiento que tuvo lugar en los distintos países. Dentro de este ecosistema digital, se destaca particularmente TikTok, plataforma que experimentó un notable...
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This article analyzes Twitter messages, in Spanish and English, during the development of the last conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the historical Nagorno-Karabakh region. This conflict, along with the issues about Abkhazia and South Ossetia, is one of the most important crises in the South Caucasus. Two algorithms designed for processi...
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Resumen En la elección presidencial de México 2018, López Obrador se presentó como el candidato de una coalición de varios partidos políticos, y el líder de un movimiento social. Este rasgo particular sitúa esta investigación en la frontera entre dos campos —los estudios electorales y los movimientos sociales— que han permanecido con escasa comunic...
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The growing availability of data about online information behaviour enables new possibilities for political communication research. However, the volume and variety of these data makes them difficult to analyse and prompts the need for developing automated content approaches relying on a broad range of natural language processing techniques (e.g. ma...
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Liberal egalitarians argue that the state is justified in taxing members of a political community to achieve distributive justice and ensure political equality and regime stability. This involves an uneasy compromise between equality and efficiency, a compromise that many argue has recently been undermined by the growth of unchecked wealth and inco...
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Political communication refers to a process in which that process the political discourses, then are the essential characteristics of politics, affect the attitudes and behaviors of voters. Political actors try to convey their messages toward public through various communication channels in the effort of political communication process. Political a...
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In democracies, political organisations have the legal right to send election campaign letters to electors. By means of this type of freepost mailing, candidates can target messages to potential voters as part of their political campaign. This method specifically consists of sending a letter (one per political party) personally addressed to elector...
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Passive members are a major part of online political communities, but there is a lack of quantitative research exploring this topic. Furthermore, little is known about how a sense of socialization drives their participation in online political communities. Therefore, this paper tried to depict the drivers of the participation of passive members in...
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The integration of social media in political communication has expanded significantly over recent years. This article focuses on how politicians are using Facebook in electoral campaigns. The main objective is to analyze the different functions ascribed to this digital platform in electoral communication. The present research studies the usage of F...
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The digitization of political communication and major transformations in the European Union (EU) have altered the conditions for European election campaigns. Whereas national political parties remain highly visible political actors in the EU, Europarties attract relatively little attention from the media and citizens. Social media could provide Eur...
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Álvaro Cuadra Rojas (Santiago, 1956) es pensador, ensayista y académico chileno. Licenciado en Letras y Magister en Literatura de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Doctor de la Sorbonne de París en Semiología y Letras. Su trabajo teórico se orienta hacia el pensamiento crítico en torno a las comunicaciones y la cultura actual. Entre sus...
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Resumen El 16 de julio de 2020, las principales autoridades del Estado se reúnen en la plaza de la Armería del Palacio Real para rendir un solemne homenaje a los miles de víctimas que la pandemia de la COVID-19 había causado en España. Se trata del primer homenaje de Estado de carácter aconfesional celebrado en el país tras la reinstauración de la...
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Public discourse on immigration has seemed to polarize over recent years—with some people strongly trusting, but others strongly distrusting immigrants. We examined whether a cognitive strategy could mitigate these biased outgroup judgments. Given that subtractive counterfactual thoughts (“If only I had not done X. . .”) facilitate cognitive flexib...
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The initial focus of media logic has populated the spectrum of political communication for almost two decades. However, with the growing interest in climate change reporting in Malaysia, media logic can be used to connect both the ideas of online media content creation and their aftereffects. Thus, this conceptual paper aims to examine the interrel...
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Parliamentary debates represent a large and partly unexploited treasure trove of publicly accessible texts. In the German-speaking area, there is a certain deficit of uniformly accessible and annotated corpora covering all German-speaking parliaments at the national and federal level. To address this gap, we introduce the German Parliament Corpus (...
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The subject of research in the article is the optimization of the pension system of the Russian Federation, which will determine the research topic. The study aim to put forward a hypothesis about the possible most effective methods of optimizing the pension system of the Russian Federation, to consider the options for the development of events and...
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Political developments from day to day are increasingly precarious and very decisive. Almost all processes that run in a series of political work, such as socialization, recruitment, rule-making, implementation and judgment of rules always involve political communication because it is so important and very influential in the process of running the...
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New media is very interesting to study because new mwdia cannot be separated from people's lives which have become a new phenomenon of Indonesian democracy. Ridwan Kamil is an analytical writer because he is one of the leading figures in this country who is very active on social media. Instagram is an example of the most popular social media today....
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Political communication is communication that involves messages and political actors, or is related to power, government, and government policies. In this case, each political actor has his own strategy and political communication. In their strategy the politicians have a goal to form a good image of the community. With the development of mass medi...
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This journal aims to dig deeper into aspects of messages and active roles, the use of social media and political campaigns by one of the political communicators, namely President Joko Widodo. Political communication is a form of communication that involves political figures, political messages, and everything related to government power and policie...
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Abstrac This article wants to analyze balgalimalnal Alnies Balswedaln in discussing his political communication on social medial Twitter. Contemporary political communication is always the most dominant political communication, social medial, at the same time political communication is interfering with important internal processes, it can also be u...
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Anies Baswedan was elected governor in the Jakarta regional election in 2017. Anis Baswedan is a new figure engaged in the national political scene. However, the credibility and popularity of Anies Baswedan can grab the attention of the public. Anies Baswedan is one of the figures who are active in using new media for the needs of delivering inform...
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Anies Baswedan was elected governor in the Jakarta regional election in 2017. Anis Baswedan is a new figure engaged in the national political scene. However, the credibility and popularity of Anies Baswedan can grab the attention of the public. Anies Baswedan is one of the figures who are active in using new media for the needs of delivering inform...
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This research note introduces the EPINetz Twitter Politicians Dataset, a comprehensive dataset of 2449 Twitter accounts of German parliamentarians, minsters, state secretaries, parties, and ministries on a state, federal, and European Union level for the year 2021. This hand-curated dataset not only provides up-to-date information on elected offici...
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Parliamentary debates represent a large and partly unexploited treasure trove of publicly accessible texts. In the German-speaking area, there is a certain deficit of uniformly accessible and annotated corpora covering all German-speaking parliaments at the national and federal level. To address this gap, we introduce the German Parliamentary Corpu...
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Piotr Stanisław Goltz, Resumé Born 02/11/1985, Warsaw PL ul. Sewerynów 4 m. 3A klatka “C” 00-331 Warszawa +48 884 297 928 piotrgoltz@o2.pl Education October 2020–present, The Charles University Prague, Faculty of Arts, Department of Auxiliary Historical Sciences and Archive Studies, doctoral candidate, full time studies, I am preparing doctoral t...
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Piotr Goltz, Zagadnienia wojny i pokoju w dziele „Policraticus” Jana z Salisbury, [in:] Ecclesia et bellum. Kościół wobec wojny i zaangażowania militarnego duchowieństwa w wiekach średnich, ed. Radosław Kotecki, Jacek Maciejewski, Bydgoszcz 2016, p. 42–63. The main focus of presented research are issues of war and peace in John’s of Salisbury "Pol...
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Heroic cult, not only the ideology of the ancient world, but also the reality of mass political communication today. It is typical not only for Russia, but also for Serbia and a number of other post-communist countries. The cult of the hero-leader can be imposed by the authorities (Prince Vladimir, Ivan the Terrible in Russia) or arise spontaneousl...
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The In recent years, political parties and party leaders have turned to digital marketing, making extensive use of political marketing science and technology to gain an advantage over their competitors. The concept of digital marketing has given a different perspective to the relationship between politics and political marketing. Nowadays, politica...
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As a crucial component of « Italianicity », food is a common topic in the political discourse in Italy. The diffusion of the grammars and practices of food porn media offer new possibilities for political communication: in Italy, it’s especially the sovereignist and populist parties who use such a language. In this article we will focus on the appl...
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News parody as a genre of political satire has become an increasingly popular form of entertainment in the past two decades. Mirroring traditional news media in format and style has made this genre one that receives both praise and criticism. While some see it as a chance for a wider audience to become politically interested, others point to potent...
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Na história das relações entre o jornalismo e a política durante o Estado Novo (1933-1974), entre a ditadura de sarja salazarista e a ditadura de veludo marcelista, existe uma produção científica considerável e de qualidade indiscutível (Cádima 1996; Cabrera 2006; Baptista 2012), literatura que é revisitada neste trabalho sobre o diretor dos Serviç...
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Facebook's advertising platform provides political parties with an electoral tool that enables them to reach an extremely detailed audience. Unlike television, the sponsored content on Facebook is seen only by the targeted users. This opacity was an obstacle to political communications research until Facebook released advertiser-sponsored content i...
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Populist actors have more success than other parties on social media –particularly Facebook– where their posts receive higher levels of engagement. The entry of populist parties onto the Spanish political stage can spread the use of their rhetoric and influence citizens’ political decisions, affecting the configuration of supranational institutions...
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The unquestionable predominance of slogans in political communication versus their declining relevance in the commercial kind underpins the objective of this study, which is to gain further insight into the strategies and creative discourses employed by political parties in their campaigning before the general, regional and local elections held in...
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Unimagined growth of New Media as a platform of political communication has brought in interesting developments for investigation. Even product advertisements published in websites are found to hold political messages as they intend to tell their audience a version of theirs. This paper examines the process of production of meanings in advertisemen...
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In the context of the political instability shown by the calling of four general elections between 2015 and 2019, the populist party Vox gained parliamentary seats for the first time in a country that, thus far, had always remained outside of European trends. When populism, and especially the presence of far-right parties, are taken into account as...
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Man is a relational being. In his dealings with others, he seeks to maximize his association and satisfy his various needs. The torrents of Globalization, diplomacy, social norms, the new media, and popular representation are omnipresent instruments that may determine, control, interpret, and shape the various institutions of governance, public pol...
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Although being perceived as authentic is seen as a success factor in modern political communication, little attention has been paid to how citizens evaluate politicians’ authenticity. The state of research thus lacks a valid instrument to measure citizens’ perceptions of politicians’ authenticity. This article addresses this gap in the literature a...
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Este número de Cuadernos del Centro de Estudios en Diseño y Comunicación de la Universidad de Palermo se inscribe dentro de la línea de investigación sobre Comunicación Política. Compila siete artículos más la presente introducción que reflexionan sobre el impacto que las noticias falsas generan en las democracias latinoamericanas. Incluye desde es...
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This article puts Arendt’s conception of non-human animal appearance into a productive dialogue with recent developments in critical animal studies (CAS) and animal rights theory (ART) within which notions such as (dependent) agency, zoopolis, and animal agora play an important role. By reinterpreting the animal condition in Arendt’s account of the...
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Critical infrastructure services determine where people can survive and what they can do with their survival. This fact conditions political possibilities at a fundamental level but remains underexplored in the literature. Those who wish to extend the boundaries of political action, or to win protections and the possibility of a new political commu...
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Las emociones están cada vez más presentes en la comunicación política, por ello, es importante dominar el lenguaje no verbal para que el mensaje sea percibido de la forma deseada. Este artículo realiza un análisis comparado de las emociones de siete presidentes y primeros ministros de diferentes países (Alemania, Canadá, Italia, Estados Unidos, Es...
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This article is the result of a research study aimed at comparing the degree of maturity of political communication in local government elections between France and Poland. The authors’ objective is to reveal the specificity of the subsystems of electoral communication between these countries mainly by presenting the diversity of the communication...
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Zusammenfassung Der Beitrag fragt nach strukturellen Veränderungen der politischen Kommunikation, die sich als Folge der Digitalisierung ergeben. Dabei wird eine regelorientierte und institutionalistische Perspektive eingenommen: Digitale Kommunikationsmedien wie Social-Media-Plattformen weisen eigene institutionelle Logiken auf und beeinflussen so...
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The liberalization of the broadcast media in Nigeria has provided ample opportunities for individuals to convert the usual ‘market square’ rhetoric into electronic sphere where opinions are aired without abandon. The freedom inevitably led to opportunities for disinformation which were essentially propaganda narratives meant to mislead. Such disinf...
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Social networks' ability to disseminate content to millions of users with just one click has made them a major playground for political marketing. Campaigners seek to identify a small subset of seed users in a social network to maximize the spread of influence. However, political content diffusion has a distinct nature —some users may invert a mess...