Television and Elections
About the Author
Ellen Mickiewicz may be the James R. Shepley Professor of Public Policy Studies, Professor of Political Science, and Director in the DeWitt Wallace Center for Communications and Journalism from the Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy at Duke University. A specialist on media and politics, specially in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Central Europe, the girl with also a fellow with the Carter Center. Her latest book, Changing Channels, published by Oxford University Press in 1997, is often a study with the role and impact of television on the end with the Soviet Union from the election on the first post-Soviet Russian Federation president, from 1985 to 1996. Dr. Mickiewicz was the very first American for being honored through the 120,000-member Journalists Union of Russia on her behalf contribution towards the development of democratic media in the region. She could be the author or editor of five other books and numerous journal articles.
Charles M. Firestone would be the Executive Vice President of The Aspen Institute for Policy Programs. He has been together with the Institute since December 1989 plus serves as Executive Director in the Communications and Society Program. Read the rest of this entry »