Entertainment and Politics: The Influence of Pop Culture on Young Adult Political Socialization (2nd Revised edition)
By: David J. Jackson (author)Paperback
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Now in its second edition, Entertainment & Politics is an essential text for understanding how young people acquire and hold political beliefs over time. In this updated and expanded edition, the author reaches beyond the U.S., including research on Canada, Great Britain, and Ireland to investigate a broader international picture of the effect the entertainment media has on the socio-political beliefs of young people. The book examines the many ways that the entertainment media influence young people, and the extent to which young people's beliefs differ from those of their parents, teachers, and peers. Findings indicate that media's influence does not fit into neat conservative and left/liberal patterns, but interacts with parental and peer influence in heretofore unexamined ways. This up-to-date text is designed for undergraduates, graduate students, professors, and interested lay readers.
The Author: David J. Jackson is Associate Professor of Political Science at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. He received his Ph.D. in political science from Wayne State University in Detroit. His research on pop culture and politics has appeared in such journals as the International Journal of Press/Politics, American Review of Canadian Studies, The British Journal of Canadian Studies, and the Journal of Political Marketing.
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