Functional Theory of Political Campaign Discourse

FUNCTIONAL THEORY OF Political Campaign Discourse assumes voting is a comparative act: citizens vote for the candidate who appears preferable on criteria most important to each voter. Candidates must distinguish themselves from opponents. Opponents need not disagree on every point, ...

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