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Changes in Trade Union and Government Relations 1974-2002
Public Opinion, Political Communication and the Internet’
In contemporary society public opinion is generally mediated by the mass media, which has come to encompass the Habermasian ‘public sphere’. This arena is now characterised by the conflict between market and democratic ...
Media, Religion and Conflict
An Ideology of Disconnection: for a Critical Political Marketing’
(Central European Journal of Communication, 2009)
The processes of contemporary politics are increasingly informed by ideas and principles that derive from conventional marketing. This, we suggest, is intimately connected to the neoliberal ascendancy which characterises ...
(Oxford University Press, 2009-07-16)
Playing to the crowd: the role of music and musicians in political participation
Music and politics have long been connected. One of the most recent examples was Live 8 in July 2005, when a series of concerts was used to put pressure on G8 leaders to change their policy on third world debt. While the ...
Introduction: Media, religion and conflict
(Farnham: Ashgate, 2009)
Political Marketing: A Rational Choice?
(Journal of Political Marketing, 2004)
Political marketing is a relatively new approach to analysing political activity that draws upon management marketing assumptions to describe political behaviour. These assumptions are explicitly grounded in neoclassical ...
'Labour, Political Marketing and the 2005 Election: A Campaign of Two Halves'
(Journal of Marketing Management, 2005-11)
Labour's 2005 election campaign was extensively underpinned by political marketing. This resulted in a campaign of unequal halves; generic and populist at national level; focused and individualised at local level. This ...
Political marketing and the 2005 election: what’s ideology got to do with it?
(Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2006)