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by Ken Bernstein,Paul S. Hoff
Author: Ken Bernstein,Paul S. Hoff
Publisher: University Press Of America (January 1, 1986)
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Paul S. Hoff, Ken Bernstein. The potential of radio, television and more recently cable to serve as this country's electronic soapbox has long been recognized.
Paul S. Yet, during every election period there are complaints about the way candidates use the electronic media. This study analyzes these proposals that would reform political advertising.
Beyond the 30-second spot. enhancing the media's role in congressional campaigns : Congress & the media. Published 1988 by Center for Responsive Politics in Washington, . Political Advertising, Political campaigns, Television in politics.
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Beyond the 30-Second Spot Enhancing the Media's Role in Congressional Campaigns by Ken Bernstein, Paul S. Hoff Paperback, 156 Pages, Published 1986 by University Press Of America ISBN-13: 978-39715-11-4, ISBN: 39715-11-2.
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The old media strategies advertisers used for decades no longer work. Here's what does! Traditional advertising, in the form of print, radio, and most notably, television, is far less effective than it used to be. Advertising strategies using only these mediums no longer work. 50-Book Challenge?: Nope.
Parker's book has much to recommend it. Positing that congressional candidates are strategic actors seeking to win . I highly recommend this readable book to anyone interested in politics, and campaigns in particular. Positing that congressional candidates are strategic actors seeking to win elections, he argues that candidate positioning on issues during an election are related to the resource environment faced by those candidates. As campaign finance law alters the ability of candidates to gather resources such as money and reputations, candidates are more or less willing to toe the party line. I am considering this book for my undergraduate elections class.
Defenders assert that contributing money to campaigns is part of a broader pattern of civic involvement and is free speech that gives a voice to various interests.