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               COMING SOON
              Democracy Disrupted

            Communication in the Volatile 2020
            Presidential Election

            Democracy Disrupted documents the most significant features of the 2020 U.S. presidential
            election through research conducted by leading scholars in political communication.
            Chapters consider the coinciding of three historical events in 2020: a 100-year pandemic
            co-occurring with the presidential campaign; the reinvigorated call for social and racial
            justice in response to the killing of George Floyd and other Black men and women; and the    September 2022 ,  324pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
            authoritarian lurch that emerged in reaction to Donald Trump’s norm-challenging rhetoric.   Hardcover: 978-1-4408-7923-4
                                                                               $75.00 ,  £56.00 ,  €65,00
            The Democratic Party’s campaign stood out because of the historically diverse field of   eBook: 978-1-4408-7924-1
            presidential candidates and the election of the first female vice president.

              FEATURES                                                          BENJAMIN R. WARNER , PhD, is associate
                                                                              professor of communication and director
            •  Indexes three historic events that coincided to make this an election that will be studied   of graduate studies at the University
              for generations: the pandemic, the insurrection at the capital, and the reinvigoration of   of Missouri.
              the civil rights movement
                                                                              DIANNE G. BYSTROM, PhD, is director
            •  Utilizes the context of the COVID-19 pandemic as a natural experiment to examine long-  emerita of the Carrie Chapman Catt
              untested assumptions about campaign effects                     Center for Women and Politics at Iowa
            •  Includes some of the most prominent and well-respected researchers in the area of   State University.
              political communication as well as emerging scholars who represent a wide range of   MITCHELL S. MCKINNEY, PhD, is dean of
              academic programs                                               the Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences at
                                                                              the University of Akron.
                                                                              MARY C. BANWART , PhD, is associate
                                                                              professor of communication studies
                                                                              at the University of Kansas.
               COMING SOON
              Women, Power, and Rape Culture

            The Politics and Policy of Underrepresentation

              The election of Donald Trump precipitated one of the largest outpourings of political
            protest on a single day in U.S. history with the 2017 March for Women. The emboldened
            #MeToo and #TimesUp movements reacted not only to the historical injustice of sexual
            offenses perpetrated upon women, but women’s associated underrepresentation in
            positions of power and public authority.
            Women, Power, and Rape Culture examines the principal events, actors, and paradigms in    September 2022 ,  216pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
            the politics of rape, sexual assault, and harassment since Trump’s election. Unlike other   Hardcover: 978-1-4408-7697-4
            studies, it connects these traumatic events to women’s underrepresentation in the public    $49.00 ,  £37.00 ,  €43,00
            sphere. Chapters consider the power of presidential speech, judges, and Congress to create   eBook: 978-1-4408-7698-1
            structural barriers to women’s representation as well as the stultifying effects of weak
            college and university responses to sexual violence. Disparities in women’s representation     BONNIE STABILE , PhD, is associate
            in positions of public authority are considered in light of the disproportionate burden   professor and associate dean of student
            imposed on women by a culture that discounts the prevalence of rape and harassment and   and academic affairs in the Schar School
                                                                              of Policy and Government at George
            by the policies that inadequately address them, allowing them to perpetuate.   Mason University.
                                                                              AUBREY LEIGH GRANT, MPP, is a doctoral
                                                                              candidate at George Mason University.
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