Presentation of Politics

Do you ever wonder about the information produced by candidates, constituents,  journalists, and your peers during presidential and other political elections?

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How can we assess and use all that competing information, and how does it shape the political process? The library has a number of resources that you could use for this kind of research.

  • News, the Politics of Illusion by W. Lance Bennett. This book considers how politicians present themselves to the media, and in turn, how they are presented to the public.
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