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Political Communication: Political Communication Associations
To provide a detailed understanding and critical interrogation of the theoretical literature on political communication.
Its members promote global inclusiveness and excellence within the best traditions of critical scholarship in the field.
IAMCR aims to support and develop media and communication research throughout the world. It particularly encourages the participation of emerging scholars, women and those from economically disadvantaged regions.
The purpose of this section is to foster the study of political communications within the discipline of political science including research on mass media, telecommunications policy, new media technologies
engage in research spanning American and comparative political communication, communication in international relations, the role of the media in agenda setting and public opinion and the role of the Internet in social and political life, among other topics.