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Elements of Political Communication

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Elements of Political Communication

Publisher: Wikibooks
Number of pages: 41

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This style guide is an introductory wiki-book for beginners who want to produce political messages in various media formats. It is not a rule book; rather, it is a set of guidelines to facilitate effective political communication. Its purpose is to bridge the gap between two distinct styles to create pragmatic, clear, and useful information to establish a consistent tone, style, and format between all of the messages you or your organization produces.

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