Political campaigns and political advertising: a media literacy guide

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Greenwood Press, 2009 - Business & Economics - 196 pages
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Bringing media literacy tools to bear on political campaign coverage and political advertising just as the Internet explodes as a political force, this book will help students and older citizens negotiate the age of political "spin."

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Contents

Glossary
173
Resources
179
Index
193
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FRANK W. BAKER is a nationally recognized media literacy consultant and the webmaster of Media Literacy Clearinghouse, a respected media literacy resource Web site. He has worked in television news and as an administrator for instructional television and distance learning in the Orange County (Orlando), Florida, public school system. He is the author of Coming Distractions: Questioning Movies (2007), an introduction to media literacy for elementary school students.