Campaigning to the new American electorate

advertising to Latino voters
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Stanford University Press , Stanford, Calif
Advertising, Political -- United States, Political campaigns -- United States, Hispanic Americans -- Politics and gover
StatementMarisa A. Abrajano.
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LC ClassificationsJK2281 .A26 2010
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL23989182M
ISBN 139780804768955, 9780804768962
LC Control Number2009052985

This new book is one of the first to examine and compare the campaign efforts used to target Latinos with those directed at the rest of the electorate. Specifically, it focuses on televised Spanish and English-language advertising developed for the and presidential elections, as well as for dozens of congressional and statewide contests from –Cited by:   This new book is one of the first to examine and compare the campaign efforts used to target Latinos with those directed at the rest of the electorate.

Specifically, it focuses on televised Spanish and English-language advertising developed for the and presidential elections, as well as for dozens of congressional and statewide contests from –Author: Marisa Abrajano.

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Campaigning to a changing American electorate; A theory of information-based advertising; Campaigning to ethnic and racial minorities in the U.S. Candidates' advertising strategies; Advertising effects on the Latino vote; The consequences of an information-based advertising strategy; The future of ethnically targeted campaigns; Epilogue: the campaigns.

Campaigning to the New American Electorate by Marisa A. Abrajano Stanford University Press, Based on the assumption that one’s identity and political behavior are strongly related, American politicians have long targeted immigrant and ethnic communities. • The United States has entered a new era of electoral competition in the twenty-first century.

• The key features of the new era of electoral competition are a closely divided electorate at the national level, one-party domination of most states and congressional districts, and a high degree of consistency in the outcomes of elections over time and across different types of by: 8.

1 Campaigning to the New American Electorate Advertising to Latino Voters Marisa A. Abrajano Zachary J. Conti ~ July This new book is one of the first to examine and compare the campaign efforts used to target Latinos with those directed at the rest of the electorate.

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Specifically, it focuses on televised Spanish and English-language advertising developed for the and presidential elections, as well as for dozens of congressional and statewide contests from –Brand: Stanford University Press.

Campaigning to the New American Electorate: Advertising to Latino Voters. Presuming that a strong relationship exists between one's identity and political behavior, American politicians have long. Each elector casts one vote following the general election. The candidate who gets votes or more wins.

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She is the author of Campaigning to the New American Electorate and the coauthor of New Faces, New Voices (Princeton). Zoltan L. Hajnal is professor of political science at the University of California, San Diego.

He is the author of America's Uneven Democracy and the coauthor of Why Americans Don't Join the Party (Princeton).

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Shaw University of Chicago Press, "In Campaigning to the New Electorate, Marisa Abrajano examines how advertising directed to Latinos impacted voter behavior in the congressional and presidential elections a valuable -- Sylvia R.

Lazos "This is a compelling study of campaign advertising in an increasingly diverse nation. The electorate will also grow older as old generations fall off and new ones emerge. Inbaby boomers accounted for nearly half of the electorate.

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At its inception inthe U.S. Constitution limited the citizenship rights of African Americans, both women and men, regarding each one as only three-fifths. Since its first edition inChange and Continuity has been known for offering the best analysis and explanation of voting behavior in the most recent election and setting those results in the context of larger trends and patterns in elections top-notch author team meticulously and accessibly explains the National Election Studies data and analyzes its importance and impact.

Her other award winning book, Campaigning to the New American Electorate: Television Advertising to Latinos, was published in by Stanford University Press.

She is also the author of New Faces, New Voices: The Hispanic Electorate in America (with R. Michael Alvarez) published by. Chapter 1 in The American Census: A Social History. 2nd edition. Yale University Press,pp. 7– ISBN: [Preview with Google Books] Consensus and Difference: Abrajano, Marisa A. "Campaigning to a Changing American Electorate." Chapter 1 in Campaigning to the New American Electorate: Advertising to Latino Voters.

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Explain five stages that have increased the growth of the American electorate. In the s, religious qualifications which restricted people from voting had disappeared. Following the Civil War, the 15th amendment protected any citizen from being denied the right to vote because of race of color.

Marisa A. Abrajano, Campaigning to the New American Electorate: Advertising to Latino Voters. Stanford, CA: Stanford U. Press,pp., $ (paperback).

Two recent books on the Latino elector-ate by political scientist Marisa Abrajano, one co-authored with Michael Alvarez, take on the timely task of studying Latino electorate behavior. The African-American Electorate features more than tables, figures, and 50 maps, many of which have been created exclusively for this work using demographic, voter registration, election return, and racial precinct data that have never been collected and assembled for the public.

From noted election law expert Rick Hasen, comes a stark warning on the threats to American democracy in a time of foreign election interference and the coronavirus pandemic As the presidential campaign begins to take shape, there is widespread distrust of the fairness and accuracy of American elections.

It was the recipient of the American Political Science Association's Ralphe Bunche Award for the best book on Race and Politics in Her other award winning book, Campaigning to the New American Electorate: Television Advertising to Latinos, was published in by Stanford University Press.Curtis Bernard Gans (J – Ma ) was an American activist, writer, and expert on American voting patterns.

With Allard K. Lowenstein, Gans in started and headed the Dump Johnson on opposition to the Vietnam War, the movement, which was considered quixotic at first, grew strong and was instrumental in setting in motion events which eventually Born: Curtis Bernard Gans, J.Campaigning to the New American Electorate: Television Advertising to Latinos, Stanford Univer-sity Press, {Winner of the American Political Science Association Latino Caucus Best Book Award New Faces, New Voices: The Hispanic Electorate in America (with R.

Michael Alvarez) Princeton University Press, [2nd edition ].