ECREA Political Communication Section
The Political Communication Section of ECREA is one of seventeen thematic sections. Its goal is to promote and facilitate high-quality political communication research in Europe and beyond; to facilitate networking among political communication scholars in Europe and beyond; to facilitate and encourage comparative political communication research; to function as a resource and source of information for everyone interested in political communication research; and to encourage young scholars to get into the field of political communication research.
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A wonderful #ECREA2022 has come to an end and we thank all members for sharing their research, for building the #ecreapolcomm network, and for attending the business meeting on Thursday! The section is healthy, has a record number of members, and a very good number of conference submissions this year. At the business meeting, a…
This year, the ECREA Political Communication Sections hosts a virtual workshop prior to the bi-annual conference. Thirteen participants from 10 countries will get the opportunity to discuss their work, together with four wonderful mentors. The workshop includes two keynotes from Prof. Ulrike Klinger (European University Viadrina Frankfurt-Oder) and Assoc. Prof. Christian Baden (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem), which…
We are happy publish the Call for the Early Career Scholars Workshop in Political Communication titled “Advancing Concepts and Methods in Political Communication”. The two-day workshop will take place 11th–12th October 2022 in a virtual format, as we wanted to be as inclusive as possible. The workshop will feature two keynote lectures by Ulrike Klinger and Christian Baden and is meant to provide a platform…
For more information about the ECREA Young Scholars Network go to https://ecrea.eu/YECREA
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Membership in the Political Communication section is open to all members of ECREA. Joining is easy and can be done through ECREAs web.
Find more information about the section at our ECREA webpage.