tag: AEJMC Political Communication Interest Group: About


The Political Communication Interest Group of AEJMC was officially established on Friday, August 6, 2010 during a business meeting of AEJMC members interested in the study of political communication.
The group’s mission is to explore the interplay between communication and politics. More specifically, we engage in a wide variety of research within the subfield of political communication such as American political communication, international and comparative political communications, and interactions among the media, citizens, public officials and governments.  Our work examines the politics of all forms of technology and media, as well as political rhetoric.
Starting with the 2011 AEJMC conference, scholars will be able to submit research papers to the interest group on a variety of research topics including but not limited to political advertising, political discourse, media and public opinion, political public relations and the use of social media in public affairs and campaigning.

Questions? Suggestions? Comments? E-mail us at aejmcpolcomm@gmail.com