- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
Chapter OnePolitical communication: an overview
Chapter TwoElections and political communication
Chapter ThreeA pragmatic partnership: politicians and local media
Chapter FourPolitical communication and the ‘loony left’
Chapter Five‘Sources say …’: political journalism since 1921
Chapter SixIn sickness and in health: politics, spin, and the media
Chapter SevenMedia advisers and programme managers
Chapter EightA limited focus? Journalism, politics, and the Celtic Tiger
Chapter NineA private affair? Lobbying and transparency in modern Ireland
Chapter TenEqual 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 TwelveSocial Media And Political Communication
Chapter ThirteenMediating elections in ireland: evidence from the 2011 general election
- Political Communication in the Republic of Ireland
- Liverpool University Press
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