Advertising to Latino Voters. Stanford University Press. Campaigning to a Changing American Electorate. Hispanics are different to communicate t. .
Advertising to Latino Voters. Stanford, California.They are complex in their own and unique ways, less partisan, more independent.
In Campaigning to the New Electorate, Marisa Abrajano examines how advertising directed to Latinos impacted voter behavior in the 2000-2004 congressional and presidential elections. a valuable contribution to the area of understanding Latino political behavior.
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Home Browse Books Book details, Campaigning to the New American Electorate:. Campaigning to the New American Electorate: Advertising to Latino Voters. By Marisa A. Abrajano. Abrajano explores the particular factors that affect Latinos' receptivity to political ads and offers key findings for those interested in understanding how to mobilize this critical swing group in American politics. Sylvia R. Lazos, Election Law Journal. This is a compelling study of campaign advertising in an increasingly diverse nation. The topic is quite timely and the question of how campaigns reach out to Latino voters will continue to be a subject of great importance into the future. The book is fresh, informative, and.
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A careful read of Abrajano’s recent books brings additional understanding to Latino voter behavior, and by implication, how this key group will influence the electoral game in 2012 and beyond. The main message of these texts is that the Latino vote is complex and evolving and not easy to shoehorn into existing frameworks. Keywords: Latinos, voting, elections, electoral behavior, politics, identity, ethnic groups.
Campaigning to the New American Electorate: Advertising to Latino Voters. Abrajano, Simran Singh.