New Titles in Political Communication
Titles released from January, 2006 to April, 2006.
Thirty-Five Years of Newspaper Work. H.L. Mencken. Johns Hopkins University Press, November, 2006.
Journalism at the End of the American Century, 1965-Present. James Brian Macpherson. Greenwood Press, July, 2006.
Postwar Decline of American Newspapers, 1945-1965. David R. Davies. Greenwood Press, July, 2006.
The Public Press, 1900-1945. Leonard Ray Teel. Greenwood Press, May, 2006.
The War in Iraq and Why the Media Failed Us. David Dadge. Greenwood Press, July, 2006.
The Institutions of American Democracy: the press. edited by Geneva Overholser and Kathleen Hall Jamieson. Oxford University Press, January, 2006.
Supreme Court/Freedom of Speech
No Litmus Test: law versus politics in the twenty-first century. Michael C. Dorf. Rowman and Littlefield, March, 2006.
Justice in Robes. Ronald Dworkin. Harvard University Press, Spring, 2006.
The Psychology of the Supreme Court. Lawrence S. Wrightsman. Oxford University Press, March, 2006.
Politics and New Information Technologies
Information and Communication Technologies for Development and Poverty Reduction: the potential of telecommunications. edited by Maximo Torero and Joachim von Bruan. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006.
Wireless Writing in the Age of Marconi. Timothy C. Campbell. University of Minnesota Press, May, 2006.
Who Controls the Internet? illusions of a borderless world. Jack Goldsmith and Tim Wu. Oxford University Press, March, 2006.
Internet Politics: states, citizens, and new communication technologies. Andrew Chadwick. Oxford University Press, February, 2006.
The Wealth of Networks: how social production transforms markets and freedom. Yochai Benkler. Yale University Press, April, 2006.
The First-Amendment in Cross-Cultural Perspective. Ronald J. Krotoszynski, Jr. New York University Press, April, 2006.
General Ashcroft: attorney at war. Nancy V. Baker. University Press of Kansas, April, 2006.
American Politics/Political Theory
Electoral Systems and Democracy, edited by Larry Diamond and Mark F. Plattner. Johns Hopkins University Press, September, 2006.
How American is Globalization? William H. Marling. Johns Hopkins University Press, May, 2006.
The America that Reagan Built. J. David Woodard. Praeger, June, 2006.
Nature and History in American Political Development. edited by James W. Ceasar. Harvard University Press, Spring, 2006.
Political Competition: theory and applications. John E. Roemer. Harvard University Press, Spring 2006.
Key Concepts in Political Communication. Darren G. Lilleker. Sage, February, 2006.
Campaign 2004: Volumes 1-4 . edited by J. Gregory Payne. Sage, January, 2006.
A New Engagement? political participation, civic life, and the changing American citizen. Cliff Zukin, Scott Keeter, Molly Andolina, Krista Jenkins and Michael X. Delli Carpini. Oxford University Press, April, 2006.
European Media Studies. Kevin Williams. Oxford University Press, February, 2006.
Remaking Media: the struggle to democratize public communication. Robert Hackett and William Carroll. Routledge, May, 2006.
Reasons and Rationalizations: the limits to organizational knowledge. Chris Argyris. Oxford University Press, March, 2006.