The 2016 presidential campaign is breaking all the rules when it comes to how the candidates speak, communicate with the public and get their messages out to voters. On this episode of Dialogue, WUOT's Matt Shafer Powell welcomes University of Tennessee Political Communication professor Stuart Brotman, a veteran of four presidential administrations. They look at how this year’s race for the White House compares with past campaigns—and how it will inform future campaigns. They examine the language used by the candidates and how communication strategies for presidential elections are changing before our eyes.
Dialogue: The Changing Language Of Presidential Campaigns
By Matt Shafer Powell • Aug 31, 2016