Aristotle found in the society of his time men who were not capable of political
reflection, and who, as he thought, did their best work under superintendence.
In election days politicians use media houses for their political
Key words: Political
talk shows, political
participation, talk shows exposure, and demographic factors
Historically, this convergence of corporate and political
communication strategies arrived first in the advanced industrial democracies--in Europe, the U.
Consciously or not, avowedly or not, the political
order has theological roots; whenever we order political
space we also and inevitably have God on our mind.
Indeed, this special issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly is a testament to the depth and breadth of work being done in political
In Los Angeles alone, 39 churches, synagogues and Buddhist temples were identified by political
candidates as contributing more than $15,000 to their election campaigns since 1998, according to city Ethics Commission records.
Peter Guardino's new book reflects some of the most interesting and innovative trends in the study of Mexican political
history over the last decade or so, trends of which he himself has been one of the architects.
As companies expand globally, especially in developing countries, having a formal approach to political
risk management becomes critical.
Charities need to monitor closely their activities to avoid engaging in prohibited political
or lobbying activities, which can trigger a variety of IRS sanctions.
The Abramoff scandal marks an uneasy coming of age for the religious right as a political
force: an acknowledgement that it has become sufficiently powerful to be worth manipulating for morally dubious ends--and a sign that the relationship between conservative Christians and the Republican Party may be fraying at the edges.
Mary Landrieu, could see their political
fates go either way, says Jones.