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COMM 5321

Political Communication in a Comparative Perspective

Three semester hours.

The course analyzes the relevance of political communication in an increasingly interconnected and interdependent American Hemisphere, discussing the impact of media on elections, on governments and on the development of foreign policy in the United States, Canada and Latin America. The course studies the spread of U.S. political marketing and political communication in Latin American countries and the consequences and challenges posed in them by the new fundamental role played by media in the political arena.

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