CAMPAIGN STRATEGY- MEDIA AND MESSAGE

Semester: 
Instructor(s): 
Units: 
4
Number: 
106A
CCN: 
18525
Times: 
M 2:00-5:00
Location: 
Lewis 9
Course Description: 

An inside look at how political campaigns operate from the people who run them. Class material will be directed toward students who are interested in direct involvement in campaign politics or who are looking for a greater understanding of the political process. Students will be required to develop a complete written campaign strategy document in order to fulfill class requirements. Students will be expected to follow political and campaign news through the news media and be prepared to discuss those developments in class. Serious lectures, discussion and classroom exercises on campaign strategy and message development and delivery, with a special focus the role of political media. This section will focus predominantly on campaign advertising, news media coverage, the emerging role of the Internet, and other means by which candidates communicate their message to the voters.

Subfield: American Politics

Please note that the description is from Fall 2013.

Instructor: Katherine Merrill

Prerequisites: 

Students must have completed PS 1. Priority will be given to juniors and seniors.

Group visibility: 
Public - accessible to all site users