La Politica Online

Autore: Cristian Vaccari
Editore: Il Mulino
ISBN: 9788815238306
Grandezza: 43,36 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Vista: 1466
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La Politica In Rete

Autore: Sara Bentivegna
Editore: Meltemi Editore srl
ISBN: 8886479840
Grandezza: 48,59 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
Vista: 5205
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Manuale Di Comunicazione Politica In Rete

Autore: Stefano Epifani
Editore: Editrice Apes
ISBN: 8872330610
Grandezza: 29,26 MB
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Vista: 6960
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La Comunicazione Politica Online Come Usare Il Web Per Costruire Consenso E Stimolare La Partecipazione

Autore: Gianluca Giansante
Editore:
ISBN: 9788843073146
Grandezza: 53,52 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
Vista: 7487
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Online Political Communication

Autore: Gianluca Giansante
Editore: Springer
ISBN: 331917617X
Grandezza: 71,63 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
Vista: 1507
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This book provides research findings and practical information on online communication strategies in politics. Based on communication research and real-world political-campaign experience, the author examines how to use the Web and social media to create public visibility, build trust and consensus and boost political participation. It offers a useful guide for practitioners working in the political arena, as well as for those managing communication projects in institutions or companies.

The Italian General Election Of 2001

Autore: James Newell
Editore: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719061004
Grandezza: 28,90 MB
Formato: PDF
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The 2001 Italian general election transformed the Italian political landscape. Silvio Berlusconi - industrial tycoon and media mogul - and his centre-right coalition, the House of Freedoms, won an extraordinary victory. For the first time since World War II a united opposition, winning an overall majority, ousted an incumbent government seeking a new term of office. After an election campaign of unprecedented bitterness, the House of Freedoms took up the reins of government with majorities of 106 in the Chamber of Deputies and 38 in the Senate. This comprehensive guide to the election brings together academics to explain how this extraordinary event came about and consider its implications for the Italian political system as a whole. It covers the political and economic contexts of the election, the parties' alliance and campaign strategies, the role of the media, as well as voting shifts and the composition of the new Parliament.

Narcoterrorism And Impunity In The Americas

Autore: John P. Sullivan
Editore: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1524545635
Grandezza: 34,16 MB
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Vista: 4039
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The fifth Small Wars Journal—El Centro anthology spans online journal and blog writings for all of 2015 with a thematic focus on narcoterrorism and impunity in the Americas. This anthology is composed of an About SWJ and Foundation section; a memoriam to our friend and colleague, George W. Grayson; an acronym listing; a foreword; an introduction; twenty-eight chapters; a postscript; anthology notes; and notes on its twenty-three academic, governmental, and professional contributors.

La Net Comunicazione Politica Partiti Movimenti E Cittadini Elettori Nell Era Dei Social Network

Autore: Francesco Pira
Editore: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 885684477X
Grandezza: 73,47 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
Vista: 5819
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Fare Politica Digitale

Autore: The Vortex
Editore: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 8820411075
Grandezza: 31,37 MB
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Vista: 6685
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Prinzenrollen 1715 16

Autore: Andrea Zedler
Editore: Herbert Utz Verlag
ISBN: 3831645671
Grandezza: 66,29 MB
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Am Anfang stand Regensburg: Denn bevor der Wittelsbacher Clemens August ab 1732 als Kurfürst-Erzbischof von Köln und zugleich als Fürstbischof von Münster, Paderborn, Hildesheim und Osnabrück sowie als Hoch- und Deutschmeister zu einem der wichtigsten geistlichen Fürsten seiner Zeit aufsteigen konnte, hatte er von 1716 bis 1719 den Stuhl des hl. Wolfgang inne. Dies war nicht nur sein erstes Bistum, es bildete zudem den Auftakt der noch immer ambitionierten Reichskirchenpolitik seines Vaters Max II. Emanuel nach dem Spanischen Erbfolgekrieg. So ist es kein Zufall, dass die Regensburger Wahl von Papst Clemens XI. just in jenen Tagen bestätigt wurde, als der älteste Bruder von Clemens August, Kurprinz Karl Albrecht, im Zuge seiner ersten Italienreise in Rom weilte, um dem Pontifex persönlich die ungebrochene bayerische Anhänglichkeit zu versichern. Der Band widmet sich der Italienreise (1715/16) und dem Regensburger Pontifikat (1716–1719) der jungen wittelsbachischen Hoffnungsträger in der wechselseitigen Bedeutung für die (Reichskirchen-)Politik Bayerns und wird von Beiträgen zum frühneuzeitlichen Reisen flankiert, die ‚mental maps‘ und Sehnsuchtsorte Italiens ebenso in den Blick nehmen wie musikalische Höhepunkte der Karwoche und päpstliche Ehrerweisungen in Rom.