Il Manuale Del Candidato

Author: Marco Venturini
ISBN: 9781521286050
Size: 77.48 MB
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Il Manuale del candidato � il primo libro che fornisce ai candidati alle elezioni di ogni livello (comunali, regionali, parlamentari ed europee), sia esperti che alle prime armi, tutte le informazioni necessarie per condurre una campagna elettorale al meglio delle proprie possibilit�, ottenendo il loro miglior risultato possibile.Spesso non � chi ha pi� soldi o chi conosce pi� persone a vincere le elezioni, ma chi conosce meglio la comunicazione politica, le strategie e gli strumenti di campagna elettorale.� proprio ci� di cui parla questo libro. Insieme all'esperto di comunicazione politica Marco Venturini, il candidato potr� comprendere le leve psicologiche dietro la scelta dell'elettore, ed utilizzarle al meglio nei propri comizi e materiali elettorali.Vedr� come usare insieme sia gli strumenti tradizionali, come i volantini, i santini, i manifesti, la carta stampata e la tv; sia quelli digitali, come i social network.Un'opera ricca di esempi pratici e di dati provenienti da prestigiose ricerche e dall'esperienza sul campo.Gli argomenti trattati1. COME SCRIVERE LO SLOGAN ELETTORALE2. IL COMIZIO: COME SI SCRIVE UN DISCORSO ELETTORALE3. COME CONQUISTARE LA FIDUCIA DEGLI ELETTORI4. COME CREARE I MANIFESTI ELETTORALI5. COME CREARE VOLANTINI ELETTORALI EFFICACI6. COME FARE SANTINI ELETTORALI EFFICACI7. COME VINCERE UN DIBATTITO IN TV8. COME USARE I SOCIAL NETWORK IN CAMPAGNA ELETTORALE9. BLOG: COME CREARE UNA COMMUNITY ONLINE10. COME FARE IL PORTA A PORTA IN MODO EFFICACE

Modernity And Self Identity

Author: Anthony Giddens
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0745666485
Size: 28.60 MB
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This major study develops a new account of modernity and its relation to the self. Building upon the ideas set out in The Consequences of Modernity, Giddens argues that 'high' or 'late' modernity is a post traditional order characterised by a developed institutional reflexivity. In the current period, the globalising tendencies of modern institutions are accompanied by a transformation of day-to-day social life having profound implications for personal activities. The self becomes a 'reflexive project', sustained through a revisable narrative of self identity. The reflexive project of the self, the author seeks to show, is a form of control or mastery which parallels the overall orientation of modern institutions towards 'colonising the future'. Yet it also helps promote tendencies which place that orientation radically in question - and which provide the substance of a new political agenda for late modernity. In this book Giddens concerns himself with themes he has often been accused of unduly neglecting, including especially the psychology of self and self-identity. The volumes are a decisive step in the development of his thinking, and will be essential reading for students and professionals in the areas of social and political theory, sociology, human geography and social psychology.

Politicians Don T Pander

Author: Lawrence R. Jacobs
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226389837
Size: 64.15 MB
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In this provocative and engagingly written book, the authors argue that politicians seldom tailor their policy decisions to "pander" to public opinion. In fact, they say that when not facing election, contemporary presidents and members of Congress routinely ignore the public's preferences and follow their own political philosophies. 37 graphs.

Fighting The Mafia Renewing Sicilian Culture

Author: Leoluca Orlando
Publisher: Encounter Books
ISBN: 159403401X
Size: 75.31 MB
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Growing up in an aristocratic family that seems almost to have stepped out of the pages of The Leopard, Leoluca Orlando entered law and politics in the late 1970s as one of the young idealists identified with the Catholic Church who were challenging the Mafia’s control of Sicilian life. At about the same moment, life in Sicily was becoming more perilous. As if the “old” Mafia had not been bad enough, a new and particularly vicious Mafia sect based in the town of Corleone was murdering its way to power. Fueled by profits from the international heroin trade, this mafia gansteristica made Sicily into an Italian Lebanon and filled the international press with pictures of bloody bodies—those of Mafia rivals as well as police and government law enforcement officials. One of the figures most prominently identified with Italy’s offensive against the Mafia, Orlando has endured repeated assassination attempts and even today travels with a bodyguard. Fighting the Mafia is his dramatic tale of witness and survival, of his effort to expose Mafia infiltration into the highest levels of Italian life and politics, and of the movements he helped to build—in schools and churches and at the ballot box—to recapture Sicilian culture and inspire a renaissance of democracy.

Populist Political Communication In Europe

Author: Toril Aalberg
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317224744
Size: 53.45 MB
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In an increasing number of countries around the world, populist leaders, political parties and movements have gained prominence and influence, either by electoral successes on their own or by influencing other political parties and the national political discourse. While it is widely acknowledged that the media and the role of communication more broadly are key to understanding the rise and success of populist leaders, parties and movements, there is however very little research on populist political communication, at least in the English-speaking research literature. Originating from a research project funded by the European Cooperation in the field of Scientific and Technical Research (COST), this book seeks to advance this research. It includes examinations 24 European countries, and focuses on three areas within the context of populism and populist political communication: populist actors as communicators, the media and populism and citizens and populism.

Modern Armenia

Author: Gerard Libaridian
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 1412813514
Size: 77.44 MB
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Modern Armenia reviews Armenian politics and political thinking from the mid-nineteenth century to the present, and the evolution of Armenians from peoplehood to statehood. Written by a key governmental advisor in the early years of Armenian independence, this book analyzes the internal dynamics of the revolutionary movement, the genocide, the Armenian Diaspora, its recovered statehood and recent independence, as well as the relationship of these developments to processes in the Ottoman/Turkish, Russian, and Western states. It also explores current dilemmas and future choices independent Armenia faces today. Libaridian concludes with an overview of Armenia and Armenians during the past two decades, including the rebirth of independent Armenia, its foreign and security policy options, its position within the region, and its relations with the Diaspora. Fascinating and timely, Modern Armenia will be of interest to students and scholars of Armenian history, independence movements, the dissolution of the Soviet empire, foreign relations, and political science.

A Place Among The Nations

Author: Binyamin Netanyahu
Publisher: Bantam
Size: 17.66 MB
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Israel's most charismatic spokesman traces the origins, history, and politics of the country's relationship with the Arab world and the West and offers a detailed plan for lasting peace. 35,000 first printing. $35,000 ad/promo.

The Caucasian Chalk Circle

Author: Bertolt Brecht
Publisher: Heinemann
ISBN: 9780435233174
Size: 60.82 MB
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"... Set in the Soviet Caucasus after the Second World War. To celebrate the settlement of a land dispute, the peasants stage a long parable play which explores, through the medium of a distant fairy tale, concepts of justice, social oppression and revolution"--Back cover.