Americanisation of Political Communication

Gökhan Uğur

Abstract


Globalisation, referring to an interconnectedness and interdependence across the world, creates a challenge for national states, localities and individuals. In the past, people used to define themselves with strong ties with political parties, trade unions, and churches. However, modernisation process decreased the importance of these institutions, and individualistic values became more important. As a result of that process, ties between people and political parties are weakened. Meanwhile, media played a very important role, and the mass media gained a centrality in the world. Moreover, technological developments changed the interaction between people, and “visibility” became important for politicians: The more visible politicans are on television, the more dominant they are. Therefore, these changes forced political parties to change their political discourse and new communication techniques emerged with "catch-all" parties. The U.S. was the first country, which used new techniques in political communication. Because of dissemination of information, these new techniques are globalised.
Key words: Modernisation; Americanisation; Centrality of Media; Political Communication

Keywords


Modernisation; Americanisation; Centrality of Media; Political Communication



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720120803.2888

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