Images Scandal And Communication Strategies Of The Clinton Presidency
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📒Images Scandal And Communication Strategies Of The Clinton Presidency ✍ Robert E. Denton (Jr.)
✏Images Scandal and Communication Strategies of the Clinton Presidency Book Summary : Examines the communication strategies used in the Clinton administration.
📒Historical Dictionary Of The Clinton Era ✍ Richard Steven Conley
✏Historical Dictionary of the Clinton Era Book Summary : William Jefferson Clinton's legacy remains a matter of significant contention among historians, political scientists, and pundits even after a decade of time to reflect. The Historical Dictionary of the Clinton Era covers both sides of the Clinton presidency through a chronology, an introductory essay, appendixes, and an extensive bibliography. --from publisher description.
📒American Voices ✍ Bernard K. Duffy
✏American Voices Book Summary : More than 50 essays covering a group of major American social, political, economic, and cultural figures from the 1960s to the present.
📒The Clinton Presidency ✍ Robert E. Denton (Jr.)
✏The Clinton Presidency Book Summary : This important text is the first to examine the Clinton presidency from a communication perspective, examining the rhetoric, images, issues, and communication strategies of the president and his administration.
✏What Jefferson Read Ike Watched and Obama Tweeted Book Summary : From Cicero to Snooki, the cultural influences on our American presidents are powerful and plentiful. Thomas Jefferson famously said "I cannot live without books," and his library backed up the claim, later becoming the backbone of the new Library of Congress. Jimmy Carter watched hundreds of movies in his White House, while Ronald Reagan starred in a few in his own time. Lincoln was a theater-goer, while Obama kicked back at home to a few episodes of HBO's "The Wire." America is a country built by thinkers on a foundation of ideas. Alongside classic works of philosophy and ethics, however, our presidents have been influenced by the books, movies, TV shows, viral videos, and social media sensations of their day. In What Jefferson Read, Ike Watched, and Obama Tweeted: 200 Years of Popular Culturen in the White House presidential scholar and former White House aide Tevi Troy combines research with witty observation to tell the story of how our presidents have been shaped by popular culture.
📒The Clinton Scandals And The Politics Of Image Restoration ✍ Frances A. Bentzen
✏The Clinton Scandals and the Politics of Image Restoration Book Summary : Explores the political communications aspects of the Clinton scandals.
📒The Presidency Of The United States ✍ Anthony J. Eksterowicz
✏The Presidency of the United States Book Summary : The American presidency has become one of the most powerful offices in the world with the ascendancy of American power in the 20th century. This new book brings together piercing analyses of the American presidency - dealing with both current issues and historical events.
📒The American Leadership Tradition ✍ Marvin N. Olasky
✏The American Leadership Tradition Book Summary : Looks at the private morals and public politics of U.S. statesmen
📒Political Communication Ethics ✍ Robert E. Denton (Jr.)
✏Political Communication Ethics Book Summary : Analyzes ethical dimensions of contemporary political campaigning and governing.
📒The Moral Rhetoric Of American Presidents ✍ Colleen J. Shogan
✏The Moral Rhetoric of American Presidents Book Summary : Although sometimes decried by pundits, George W. Bush's use of moral and religious rhetoric is far from unique in the American presidency. "The Moral Rhetoric of American Presidents" astutely analyzes the president's role as the nation's moral spokesman. Drawing on quantitative and qualitative methods, Colleen J. Shogan demonstrates that moral and religious rhetoric is a strategic tool presidents can use to enhance their constitutional authority. To determine how the use of moral rhetoric has changed over time, Shogan employs content analysis of the inaugural and annual addresses of all the presidents from George Washington through George W. Bush. This quantitative evidence shows that while presidents of both parties have used moral and religious arguments, the frequency has fluctuated considerably and the language has become increasingly detached from relevant policy arguments. Shogan explores the political effects of the rhetorical choices presidents make through nine historical cases: Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Buchanan, Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, and Carter. Demonstrates that moral and religious rhetoric is a strategic tool presidents can use to enhance their constitutional authority. This work analyzes the president's role as the nation's moral spokesman. It employs content analysis of the inaugural and annual addresses of all the presidents from George Washington through George W Bush. Shogan highlights the specific political circumstances that encourage or discourage the use of moral rhetoric. Shogan concludes with an analysis of several dilemmas of governance instigated by George W. Bush's persistent devotion to moral and religious argumentation.