- Author:Maria Jose Canel,Karen Sanders
- Publisher:Hampton Pr (December 30, 2005)
- Pages:242 pages
- Subcategory:Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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Article in Journalism 9(2):226-228 · April 2008 with 13 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.
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Taking political scandal as the entry point, this book presents a study of comparative political communication. Published May 2nd 2006 by Hampton Press (NJ) (first published September 1st 2005). It explores themes such as how and why journalists construct their scandal stories, what kind of narratives were told, the impact of political scandal, and what, if anything, this tells readers about the putative power of the press.
Political Scandals and Journalism in Britain and Spain in the 1990s1. Experiential learning and journalism education: Lessons learned in the practice of teaching journalism. J Steel, B Carmichael, D Holmes, M Kinse, K Sanders. Sphera Pública, 233-236, 2007. The SAGE handbook of political communication. HA Semetko, M Scammell. Sage Publications, 2012. Education+ Training 49 (4), 325-334, 2007.
Canel, Maria Jose and Karen Sanders. Morality Tales: Political Scandals and Journalism in Britain and Spain in the 1990s (2005). Dagnes, Alison and Mark Sachleben. Scandal! An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Consequences, Outcomes, and Significance of Political Scandals" (Bloomsbury 2013). Scandal: Sexual Politics of Late Victorian Britain (1995). Business Scandals, Corruption, and Reform: An Encyclopedia (2013). Political Corruption in America: An Encyclopedia of Scandals, Power, and Greed (2008).
Morality Tales: Political Scandals and Journalism in Britain and Spain in the 1990s. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Explaining the Wave of Scandal: The Exposure of Corruption in Italy, France and Spain
Morality Tales: Political Scandals and Journalism in Britain and Spain in the 1990s. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. Trust-Mistrust in European Democracies. Sociologie Românească 1 (4): 1–19. Explaining the Wave of Scandal: The Exposure of Corruption in Italy, France and Spain. In Political Journalism: New Challenges, New Practices, ed. R. Kuhn. London: Routledge, 149–67. The Stench of Corruption: Letter from Europe. The Nation 2 (January). Transparency International.
Series Statement: Political communication. Sanders, Karen, 1961-. Uniform Title: Hampton Press communication series. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 209-225) and indexes. Personal Name: Sanders, Karen, 1961-. Rubrics: Communication in politics Cross-cultural studies Great Britain Spain Scandals Press coverage Scandals Press coverage Press and politics. Download now Morality tales : political scandals and journalism in Britain and Spain in the 1990s Maria Jose Canel, Karen Sanders. Heidenheimer, Arnold and M. Johnston. Political corruption: Concepts and contexts (2002). Sex, Money and Power: Political Scandals in Great Britain and the United States (1984)
Canel, Maria Jose, and Karen Sanders. Governmental Mismanagement and Symbolic Violence: Discourses on Corruption in the Yucatan of the 1990s.
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