- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- Chapter One Political communication: an overview
- Chapter TwoElections and political communication
- Chapter Three A pragmatic partnership: politicians and local media
- Chapter Four Political communication and the ‘loony left’
- Chapter Five ‘Sources say …’: political journalism since 1921
- Chapter Six In sickness and in health: politics, spin, and the media
- Chapter Seven Media advisers and programme managers
- Chapter Eight A limited focus? Journalism, politics, and the Celtic Tiger
- Chapter Nine A private affair? Lobbying and transparency in modern Ireland
- Chapter Ten Equal time for Judas Iscariot? Broadcast treatment of political contests in the Republic of Ireland
- Chapter Eleven ‘There now follows …’: The role of the party political broadcast and the 2007 ‘peace broadcast’
- Chapter Twelve Social Media And Political Communication
- Chapter Thirteen Mediating elections in ireland: evidence from the 2011 general election
- Political Communication in the Republic of Ireland
Donnacha Ó Beacháin
- Liverpool University Press
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