Constructing Narratives in Response to Trump's Election: How Various Populations Make Sense of an Unexpected Victory
This book analyzes narratives on Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential election victory by and for diverse populations. The narratives are designed to help students, women, young Christians, evangelicals, parents of internationally adopted children, white nationalists, etc. understand the meaning and possible consequences of Trump’s election, as well as to give voice to the responses and concerns of populations directly affected by Trump’s election. Recommended for scholars interested in political communication, rhetoric, cultural studies, sociology, and media studies. -- Provided by publisher
Trump, Donald, -- 1946- Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 2016. Political culture -- United States.
Department of Communication Studies
viii, 179 pages ; 24 cm
Chen, Sarina, "Constructing Narratives in Response to Trump's Election: How Various Populations Make Sense of an Unexpected Victory" (2018). Faculty Book Gallery. 441.