Political Communication

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Considered to be a form of persuasive communication, political communication is the use and presentation of information for the public, serving the public, in a political environment. Involving and depending on all types of media, this mass communication focuses on swaying public decision by gaining support or establishing hierarchy and security within a community. Specific to each setting, political communication varies through advertising, speech, debate or propaganda.

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