James Stanyer is Professor of Communication and Media Analysis at Loughborough University and member of the Loughborough Communication Research Centre. James is a political scientist by training, gaining his PhD in Government from the London School of Economics in 1999.
James has published on political campaigning and new media, political public relations and impression management, the personalisation of politics and public attitude expression in the UK and in a comparative context. His work has appeared in a wide range of academic journals, he has authored several books – Intimate Politics (2013) Modern Political Communication (2007), The Creation of Political News (2001) – and co-edited the Political Communication Reader (2007). A key research interest is the development of political communications in advanced industrial democracies.
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