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Political Communication and Social Theory (Communication and Society) Hardcover – August 27, 2010

ISBN-13: 978-0415547123 ISBN-10: 0415547121

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"This is a slim volume but it packs a powerful punch, combining sociological and political theory, extensive fieldwork and anthropological observation." - Ivor Gaber, THE

"[Aeron Davis] had produced a first-class series of essays that should be at the top of any good political communications reading list" - Ivor Gaber, THE

"Aeron Davis’ eloquent study of political communication and democracy in the age of digital media skilfully blends social theory with a wealth of ‘insider’ accounts from senior politicians and journalists to produce a classic text. Richly sourced with contemporary case studies, Political Communication and Social Theory analyses the global ‘crisis’ confronting journalism, media and democracy, and offers essential and compelling reading which sets a new benchmark for political communication scholarship." - Bob Franklin, Professor of Journalism Studies, Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, UK

"Aeron Davis’s brilliant new book offers up clear-eyed, critical analyses of social theory, deftly applied to real-world case studies of politics and journalism in action. He doesn’t just review the literature, he transforms it with new ways of thinking about media capital, elite networks, online democracy, and the organizational iron cage. I can’t imagine a more engaging, lucid, and original tour d’horizon of political communication, nor a more convincing testament to the dangers - and opportunities -- facing contemporary democracies." - Rodney Benson, Associate Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication, New York University, USA

"Aeron Davis’s book could hardly be more timely: it examines the delicate question of the links between democratic politics and media systems in the UK at a moment of great change in both. But it is more than timely: it sets the UK experience into a wider comparative and theoretical framework, and is consistently rigorous in its theoretical analysis and deployment of evidence. It will be invaluable not only to students and researchers, but to practitioners in the media and in the political system." - Michael Moran, Professor of Government, University of Manchester, UK

'... this book is a must read for those interested in both the theoretical aspects of political communication and the workings of UK politics. It will prove invaluable to scholars of the field and should be recommended reading for any who wish to consider reforming the processes of governance in democracies.' - British Politics

About the Author

Aeron Davis is a Reader and Director of the MA in Political Communication in the Department of Media and Communications, Goldsmiths College, London. He is the author of Public Relations Democracy (2002) and The Mediation of Power (2007).


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