This book series addresses the intersection of politics, the media and political communication, exploring how they impact each other globally. To submit a proposal for this series, please contact the senior editor, Emily Ross: [email protected]
Edited By Darren Lilleker, Ioana A. Coman, Miloš Gregor, Edoardo Novelli
March 19, 2021
This edited collection compares and analyses the most prominent political communicative responses to the outbreak and global spread of the COVID-19 strain of coronavirus within 27 nations across five continents and two supranational organisations: the EU and the WHO. The book encompasses the ...
Edited By Serena Giusti, Elisa Piras
December 30, 2020
This book explores the challenges that disinformation, fake news, and post-truth politics pose to democracy from a multidisciplinary perspective. The authors analyse and interpret how the use of technology and social media as well as the emergence of new political narratives has been progressively ...
By Jonathan Matusitz
November 26, 2020
This book conceptually examines the role of communication in global jihad from multiple perspectives. The main premise is that communication is so vital to the global jihadist movement today that jihadists will use any communicative tool, tactic, or approach to impact or transform people and the ...