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Political Communication

Political communication is a sub-field of political science and communication that deals with the production, dissemination, procession and effects of information, both through media and interpersonally, within a political context. This includes the study of the media, the analysis of speeches by politicians and those that are trying to influence the political process, and formal and informal conversations among members of the public, among other aspects.

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George Washington University
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Emerson College
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Cedarville University
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Suffolk University
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Sojourner-Douglass College
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Nebraska Wesleyan University
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Southwestern University
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