By Sidney Kraus
With this moment variation, Kraus keeps his exam of formal presidential debates, contemplating the adventure of tv in presidential elections, reviewing what has been realized approximately televised debates, and comparing that wisdom within the context of the election procedure, particularly, and the political technique, often. He additionally examines the media and the function they occupy in presidential elections. simply because critics frequently consult with the Lincoln-Douglas debates while reproaching presidential debates, comparisons of the 2 are mentioned during the e-book. a lot of the information and data for this accounting of televised presidential debates comes from the author's first-hand event as one that used to be concerned with those debates as a player observer, on website at the vast majority of the debates discussed.
all through those discussions, emphasis is put on the results for public coverage. to indicate coverage that would be authorized and followed via politicians and the general public is, at most sensible, tricky. Proposals for alterations in public coverage according to event -- even if medical information help these alterations -- has to be subjected to an overview of the values and predispositions of the proponent. those values and predispositions, although, won't inevitably inhibit the proponent's objectivity. As such, this evaluation of tv use within the presidential election approach offers the context for analyzing televised debates.
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66 political process process and With each of these technological advances, both the sending and receiving of political information information changed. Our thinking about political events changed. What constituted constituted political reality for us was not the OVERVIEW 9 influence influence of a political event alone, but the interpretation interpretation (often, the alteration) of the event by the mass media, especially television. Perhaps the first time that television influenced influenced the conduct of a political event occurred during the Democratic convention in 1948 when a television pool director for Life and NBC coached southern delegates to remove their their badges badges and and hurl hurl them them in in protest protest before before the the cameras.
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Televised Presidential Debates and Public Policy by Sidney Kraus