The Clinton presidency: images, issues, and communication strategies
This important text is the first to examine the Clinton presidency from a communication perspective. Experts in communication and presidential studies analyze the rhetoric, images, issues, and communication strategies employed by the President, the First Lady, and the administration. From the feel-good town meetings of the campaign to the exuberant days of the inauguration, from the health care "crisis" to the Whitewater scandal and the Republican congressional landslide, this volume attempts to separate image from reality and spin from actuality in the media presidency of William Jefferson Clinton.
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A Critique of the Clinton Administration
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Comunicación política: técnicas y estrategias para la sociedad de la información
María José Canel
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