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Author Young, Sally Ann.

Title Government communication in Australia / edited by Sally Young
Published Cambridge ; Port Melbourne : Cambridge University Press, 2007


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Description xxxiv, 347 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents Introduction: the theory and practice of government communication / Sally Young -- I the political, legal and economic context -- Mapping the Australian PR state / Ian Ward -- Government communications and the law / Graeme Orr -- The public service and government communication : pressures and dilemmas / Brian Head -- Business-government communication : power, influence and mundane relationships / John Warhurst -- The government-media relationship -- Televising parliament: broadcasting, webcasting and public access / Julianne Schultz -- Politicians, journalists and "spin" : tangled relationships and shifting alliances -- Shelly Savage and Rodney Tiffen -- Theories of government communication and trends in the UK / Brian McNair -- Government communication workers : spin doctors, speechwriters and PR practioners -- Perspectives on government PR / Noel Turnbull -- Spin doctors, citizens and democracy / Stephen Stockwell -- Speechwriters and political speech : pitting the good angels against the bleak / Dennis Glover -- Government use of media -- 11.Australian governments and online communication / Peter Chen, Rachel Gibson, Wainer Lusoli and Stephen Ward -- A history of government advertising in Australia / Sally Young -- Government advertising as public communication : cases, issues, and effects / John Sinclair and Stephanie Younane -- The social framework : citizens, NGOs and government -- Innovations in Australian government communication / Sally young -- Lobbying government -- Sarah maddison -- Citizens engaging government -- Katharine gelber -- Conclusion: the present and future of government communication -- Sally Young -- Appendix A: Current Australian governments, state and federal (as at May 2006) 478 -- Index
Summary Shines a spotlight on the work of government spin doctors, speechwriters and PT consultants but also analyses the social framework of modern communications and how citizens, NGOs and governments communicate in a mediated world. S. Young, Uni of Melbourne
Analysis Communication
Mass media
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 291-335
Audience For tertiary students
Subject Communication -- Political aspects -- Australia.
Government and the press -- Australia.
Government publicity -- Australia.
Government publicity -- Australia -- Textbooks.
Government and the press -- Australia -- Textbooks.
Communication in politics -- Australia -- Textbooks.
Communication in politics -- Australia.
Australia -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
Australia -- Politics and government -- 21st century -- Textbooks.
Genre/Form Textbooks.
Author Young, Sally Ann.
LC no. 2006034832
ISBN 0521681715 paperback
9780521681711 paperback