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Presidents in Culture [electronic resource]: The Meaning of Presidential Communication

Ryfe, David; Communication & Mass Media Complete
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EBook; Book; Online
Published
New York : Peter Lang Publishing, Incorporated March 2005
Language
English
Series
Frontiers in Political Communication Ser
ISBN
9780820474564, 0820474568 (Trade Cloth)
Target Audience
Scholarly & Professional
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Mode of access: World wide Web.
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Frontiers in Political Communication Ser. Vol. 9
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    a| Annotation b| Whether writing from the perspective of rhetoric or political science, scholars of presidential communication often assume that the ultimate meaning of presidential rhetoric lies in whether it achieves policy success. In this book, David Michael Ryfe argues that presidential rhetoric has many meanings, but that one of the most important is how it rhetorically constructs the practice of presidential communication itself. Drawing upon an examination of presidential rhetoric across the twentieth century, from Theodore Roosevelt to Franklin D. Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan to Bill Clinton, Ryfe surveys the shifting meaning of presidential communication. In so doing, he shows that what is often called the "public" or "rhetorical" presidency is not one fixed entity, but rather a continuously negotiated discursive construct.
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