The origins of this research project lie in the writer's dissatisfaction with the growing library of work which frets aimlessly about the effects of broadcasting on political communication. Missing from the shelves, It is argued, is a clear statement of w Is achievable by way of political communication. In other words, if television's contribution to political communication is to be criticized, a set of criteria - a specification - for adequate public debate is long overdue.
"Political Communication and Broadcasting: Theory, Practice and Reform,"
Irish Communication Review:
1, Article 13.
Available at: http://arrow.dit.ie/icr/vol3/iss1/13