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Political Communication Strategies in Post-Independence Jamaica, 1972-2006 by Floyd E. Morris

In Political Communication Strategies in Post-independence Jamaica, 1972–2006, Floyd E. Morris analyses some of the factors that contribute to apathy among citizens towards the political process by focusing on the communication strategies used by leaders and their administrations.

 

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