Regardless of the form of government, the art and science of politics depends heavily on communication among and between political elites, the media, and citizens. Annenberg's political science research examines the role of interpersonal and mass-mediated communication on the attitudes, opinions, information-processing, and behavior of citizens, political elites, political institutions, and political systems. Please also see our Joint Degree Program in Communication and Political Science: https://www.asc.upenn.edu/joint-degree-political-science
Political Communication News
Samuel A. Stouffer Professor of Political Science and Communication
Professor of Communication, Psychology, and Marketing
Gerald R. Miller Professor of Communication
Elizabeth Ware Packard Professor of Communication
Oscar H. Gandy Professor of Communication & Democracy
Associate Professor of Communication
Presidential Associate Professor
Professor of Media Policy and Political Economy
Assistant Professor of Communication
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Floyd Abrams, one of the leading legal authorities on the First Amendment and the U.S. Constitution, delivered the 2014 Annenberg Lecture on October...
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Undergraduate communication majors talk about their experiences during the 2014 Annenberg Washington Summer Internship Program.
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October 24, 2014: Lecture by Devra Moehler, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Communication, Annenberg School for Communication. The Elihu Katz...
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Digital technologies mediate how we interact and communicate. We have access to multiple interfaces that help us navigate our networks, and a myriad...
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David Eisenhower, Director of the Institute for Public Service at Anennberg, explains what the Communication and Public Service (CoMPS) Program has...