The Art of Persuasion: Political Communication in Italy from 1945 to the 1900s

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Luciano Chelos (ed), Lucio. Sponza (ed)
Manchester University Press, 2001 - 384 Seiten
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This book explores the variety of means by which political information has been conveyed in Italy from the early post-war period to the current era when political discourse takes second place to style, image, and soundbite. Examined are both official forms of communication (cinema, government newsreel, the press, election broadcasts) and more informal, clandestine forms of communication mostly originating from social movements, pressure groups and other organizations outside the party system (satire, political songs, terrorism).
  

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Inhalt

Italian modernisation and the propaganda of the Marshall Plan
23
official newsreels and documentaries
49
the case of the surrogate voice of Italians
62
The Italian Communist Party in propaganda films of the early postwar
74
Political identity and communication JeffC Pratt
87
Political rituals David I Kertzer
99
The political press Mario Isnenghi
113
the political poster Luciano Cheles
124
Cartoon by Perini Cuore 30 December 1991
251
Cartoon by Perini Cuore 30 December 1991
252
Cartoon by Perini Cuore 30 December 1991
253
A rare picture of God Cuore 30 December 1991
254
music as political communication in postwar Italy
258
Dress politics and fashion 196080 Cristina Ciorgetti
278
Farright activists at a demonstration mid198os Contrasto Rome
279
Communist students at a demonstration early 1970s Fatigati Master Photo Rome
281

the party election broadcast
180
from politichese to the discourse of serenity
196
Meetings of desire Umberto Eco
213
Cuore and the vicissitudes of satire Robert Lumley
233
Soon the carabinieri will be on my side Cartoon by Vauro Cuore 18 December 1993
240
Cartoon from Re Nudo March 1971
244
Dont move Ive just got to revive the centre Cartoon by Altan Cuore 27 November 1993
246
Sale time Cartoon by Mannelli Cuore 13 January 1992
247
Feminist march commemorating Womens Day 1977 Fatigati Master Photo Rome
283
Alessandra Mussolini 1996 Daniele Busi Master Photo Rome
290
Massimo DAlema at Callipoli 1997 Roberto Koch Contrasto Rome
293
a televised corruption trial
299
Bibliography
356
Index
373
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Über den Autor (2001)

Luciano Cheles is Senior Lecturer of Italian Studies at the Department of European Languages and Cultures at Lancaster University.

Lucio Sponza is Professor of Italian Studies at the School of Languages at the University of Westminster.

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