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Dominic Wring
Dominic Wring
Professor of Political Communication, Loughborough University
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A generation apart? Youth and political participation in Britain
M Henn, M Weinstein, D Wring
The British Journal of Politics & International Relations 4 (2), 167-192, 2002
6062002
Reconciling marketing with political science: theories of political marketing
D Wring
Journal of marketing management 13 (7), 651-663, 1997
3801997
The Politics of Marketing the Labour Party
Wring
Palgrave, 0
283*
Political marketing and party development in Britain: A “secret” history
D Wring
European Journal of Marketing 30 (10/11), 92-103, 1996
2111996
The marketing colonisation of political campaigning
D Wring
Loughborough University, 1999
1311999
The media and the 2010 campaign: The television election?
D Wring, S Ward
Parliamentary Affairs 63 (4), 802-817, 2010
992010
Public images, private lives: An introduction
J Stanyer, D Wring
Parliamentary affairs 57 (1), 1-8, 2004
962004
The British press and European integration
G Wilkes, D Wring
Loughborough University, 1998
901998
Conceptualising political marketing: A framework for election-campaign analysis
D Wring
The idea of political marketing, 171-185, 2002
892002
EU Referendum Analysis 2016: Media, Voters and the Campaign.
D Jackson, E Thorsen, D Wring
The Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community, 2016
722016
Trends in political television fiction in the UK: Themes, characters and narratives, 1965–2009
L Van Zoonen, D Wring
Media, Culture & Society 34 (3), 263-279, 2012
692012
Patterns of press partisanship in the 2010 General Election
D Wring, D Deacon
British Politics 5, 436-454, 2010
652010
The UK Independence Party, populism and the British news media: Competition, collaboration or containment?
D Deacon, D Wring
European Journal of Communication 31 (2), 169-184, 2016
602016
From mass propaganda to political marketing: the transformation of Labour Party election campaigning
D Wring
British Elections and Parties Yearbook 5 (1), 105-124, 1995
551995
Young people and contemporary politics: Committed scepticism or engaged cynicism?
D Wring, M Henn, M Weinstein
British Elections & Parties Review 9 (1), 200-216, 1999
541999
Virtual hype? New media and the transformation of political parties and party systems
D Wring, I Horrocks
Sage, 2001
532001
The narrow agenda: How the news media covered the Referendum
D Deacon, J Downey, E Harmer, J Stanyer, D Wring
EU referendum analysis, 34-35, 2016
482016
Same campaign, differing agendas: Analysing news media coverage of the 2005 general election
D Deacon, D Wring, P Golding
British Politics 1, 222-256, 2006
422006
The labour campaign
D Wring
Parliamentary Affairs 58 (4), 712-724, 2005
402005
Power as well as persuasion: Political communication and party development
D Wring
Political communications transformed: from Morrison to Mandelson, 35-52, 2001
392001
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