Professionalization: Of what? Since when? By whom?

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Authors: Negrine, R. and Lilleker, D.

http://intl-hij.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/7/4/98

Journal: The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics

Volume: 7

Pages: 98-103

ISSN: 1081-180X

Professionalization and related words have become the normative way of describingdevelopments in political campaigning and communication in recent years. Reflectingon recent articles in Press/Politics, the authors assert that the use of such terms areconfusing and provide little detail as to the actual changes in the nature and conduct ofcampaigning, when these changes took place, and what forces drove the changes.

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Authors: Lilleker, D.G. and Negrine, R.

Journal: Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics

Volume: 7

Issue: 4

Pages: 98-103

ISSN: 1081-180X

DOI: 10.1177/108118002129172746

Professionalization and related words have become the normative way of describing developments in political campaigning and communication in recent years. Reflecting on recent articles in Press/Politics, the authors assert that the use of such terms are confusing and provide little detail as to the actual changes in the nature and conduct of campaigning, when these changes took place, and what forces drove the changes.

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