The Political Communication Section of ECREA provides a forum for discussing cutting-edge research exploring the changing nature of the relationship between citizens, political actors and the media.
The section aims to bring together scholars from across Europe as well as practitioners working in the fast growing field of political communication.
Through its various activities the Political Communication Section aims to inspire new ideas, initiate collaboration across disciplines, and disseminate research results among practitioners, policymakers and the civil society.
Specifically, the Political Communication Section aims to
The Political Communication Section welcomes new members from a broad range of disciplines and encourages all its members to bring in fresh ideas and contribute to the activities of the Section.
Agnieszka Stepinska (Polish Communication Association)
Nicoleta Corbu (National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Romania)
Jakob Ohme (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
(Freie Universität Berlin, Germany)
A list of management team contacts is available on ECREA intranet
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published on section website