• This is a big-name author team. All are well-known critical scholars and activists. • Media and politics is a fast-moving field, so a cutting-edge intervention like this will be well-received. • As much as this is a “statement” title from leading academics, the ideas have also been used in the authors' PG teaching. This is a “supp” title that could reach any and all pol comms and media/politics reading lists.
- Chapter 1: Putting Politics Back Into Political Communications
- Chapter 2: Infrastructures of Political Communications
- Chapter 3: The State of Political Communications
- Chapter 4: Elites, Experts, Power and Democracy
- Chapter 5: Democracy Without Political Parties?
- Chapter 6: The Violence of an Illiberal Liberalism
- Chapter 7: Political Communications, Civil Society and the Commons
- Chapter 8: Intellectuals and the Re-imagining of Political Communications