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Communication realities in a "post-racial" society : what the US public really thinks about Barack Obama
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Éditeur Lexington Books
Année cop. 2011
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Communication realities in a "post-racial" society : what the US public really thinks about Barack Obama
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Description
1 vol. (VI-245 p.) ; 23 cm
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Notes
Bibliogr. p. 229-238. Index
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Classification Dewey
973.932 092
Contenu
Barack Obama, communication, and race ; Describing the study ; Barack Obama as communicator ; Perceptions of Barack Obama's communication style ; Shifts in perception: the campaign versus the presidency ; "Presidential communication" ; Race matters in a "post-racial" society ; The role of race in "post-racial" politics ; Black pride in, and allegiance to, President Obama ; White opposition to President Obama ; Gates/Crowley conflict and the "beer summit" ; The media machine ; Media influences ; The celebrity president ; Critical reflections and concluding thoughts
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978-0-7391-6990-2
0-7391-6990-4
978-0-7391-6991-9
0-7391-6991-2
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