Graber, Doris A. (1923—)

Award-winning scholar, teacher, and mentor, Doris Appel Graber's professional career and personal life are shaped by her inquisitive and adventurous nature, her loyalty to family and friends, and her rigorous, pioneering, and trend-setting scholarship. Her love of experiential travel is a reflection of her insatiable curiosity and interest in understanding the world in all its complexity.

With more than 100 chapters and journal articles, Graber's publications span a number of fields in political science. Among her 15 books to date, several stand out as defining the field of political communication. Processing Politics: Learning From Television in the Internet Age (2001) received the Goldsmith Book Prize for Best Academic Political Communication book of 2003. In it she argues that findings from neurobiology research show how the brain ...

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