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Cordial Concurrence: Orchestrating National Party Conventions in the Telepolitical Age - Smith, Larry David / Nimmo, Dan
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This volume is a study of the orchestration of cordial concurrence at the quadrennial nominating conventions of the two major political parties. The phrase "cordial concurrence" pertains to a party's endorsement of a candidate at the national convention whose nomination occurred elsewhere. Since the candidate is the product of primaries and caucuses, the convention's primary function involves not only the nomination of the party standard-bearer, but the mobilization of party resources in support of the voters' choice in the primaries. Larry David Smith and Dan Nimmo oppose the view that national political conventions serve no major purpose and are relics from the past. Instead, they explain that the conventions are products of institutional coordination and reflect the institutional qualities of American democracy. This definitive analysis examines how political party conventions mobilize resources through political, governmental, and media institutions in a telepolitical era. This volume discusses the history and background of cordial concurrence. It then explores what happens at the conventions and how the media, especially television coverage, has affected this institution. Finally, the authors examine the comments of the critics of the national political conventions. This intriguing work will provide both educators and professionals interested in political communication with new insight as to how the conventions are a microcosm of all that is American politics. Cordial Concurrence: Orchestrating National Party Conventions in the Telepolitical Age Smith, Larry David / Nimmo, Dan, Praeger Publishers

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: GREENWOOD PUB GROUP INC], This volume is a study of the orchestration of cordial concurrence at the quadrennial nominating conventions of the two major political parties. The phrase "cordial concurrence" pertains to a party's endorsement of a candidate at the national convention whose nomination occurred elsewhere. Since the candidate is the product of primaries and caucuses, the convention's primary function involves not only the nomination of the party standard-bearer, but the mobilization of party resources in support of the voters' choice in the primaries. Larry David Smith and Dan Nimmo oppose the view that national political conventions serve no major purpose and are relics from the past. Instead, they explain that the conventions are products of institutional coordination and reflect the institutional qualities of American democracy. This definitive analysis examines how political party conventions mobilize resources through political, governmental, and media institutions in a telepolitical era. This volume discusses the history and background of cordial concurrence. It then explores what happens at the conventions and how the media, especially television coverage, has affected this institution. Finally, the authors examine the comments of the critics of the national political conventions. This intriguing work will provide both educators and professionals interested in political communication with new insight as to how the conventions are a microcosm of all that is American politics. Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: GREENWOOD PUB GROUP INC], This volume is a study of the orchestration of cordial concurrence at the quadrennial nominating conventions of the two major political parties. The phrase "cordial concurrence" pertains to a party's endorsement of a candidate at the national convention whose nomination occurred elsewhere. Since the candidate is the product of primaries and caucuses, the convention's primary function involves not only the nomination of the party standard-bearer, but the mobilization of party resources in support of the voters' choice in the primaries. Larry David Smith and Dan Nimmo oppose the view that national political conventions serve no major purpose and are relics from the past. Instead, they explain that the conventions are products of institutional coordination and reflect the institutional qualities of American democracy. This definitive analysis examines how political party conventions mobilize resources through political, governmental, and media institutions in a telepolitical era. This volume discusses the history and background of cordial concurrence. It then explores what happens at the conventions and how the media, especially television coverage, has affected this institution. Finally, the authors examine the comments of the critics of the national political conventions. This intriguing work will provide both educators and professionals interested in political communication with new insight as to how the conventions are a microcosm of all that is American politics. Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen

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1991, ISBN: 0275938646, Lieferbar binnen 4-6 Wochen Frais d'envoiVersandkostenfrei innerhalb der BRD

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: GREENWOOD PUB GROUP INC, 264 Seiten, Gew.=408gr, [GR: 27430 - TB/Politikwissenschaft], [SW: - Politics / Current Events], Kartoniert/Broschiert

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Cordial Concurrence Orchestrating National Party Conventions in the Telepolitical Age - Dan Nimmo  Larry David Smith
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NA Political Parties, Communication Disorders, Praeger Publishers

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