'Karen Sanders is to be applauded for providing a tour de force of the field which is theoretically informed as well as rich in both historical and contemporary material. Communicating Politics in the Twenty-First Century
amply demonstrates why this is such a fascinating subject of study.'
Dominic Wring, Senior Lecturer in Media and Communication Studies, Loughborough University
'This is a profoundly comprehensive analysis of political communication at the beginning of the 21st century. With its international approach and a broad perspective, well beyond election campaigns, the book introduces the reader to all stages and problems of the political communication process.'
Christina Holtz-Bacha, Professor of Communication, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
'Politics still revolves around a nation-state, but it's a conversation that moves ever more globally. Communicating Politics in the Twenty-First Century
adopts a valuable international perspective in examining both the shared practices and ethical undercurrants of political communication.'
Stephen D. Reese, Jesse H. Jones Professor in Journalism, University of Texas
'...fine scholarship mixed with clear understanding of professional practice and appropriate case studies.' Times Higher Education
Practical, topical and theoretical, this book is a comprehensive look at how politics is communicated around the world by politicians, governments and the media industries