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Album: Fiction and British Politics

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Description: How politicians are portrayed in the media can directly impact how they are perceived by the electorate. But how influential is that relationship? In this selection of video interviews taken at the Centre for British Politics Fiction and British Politics conference, writers and experts tackle the issue.

Keywords: Politics, British Politics, Fiction and British Politics, Centre for British Politics, Nottingham University, University of Nottingham Category: Social Science:Political Science Subcategory: Social Science:Political Science

Copyright: Copyright (c) University of Nottingham Language: en Explicit: no

Author: Various Owner: The University of Nottingham Owneremail: andrew.burden@nottingham.ac.uk

Web page: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/politics/cbp

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Tracks

Fandb Fiction and British Politics - Writing the MPs' expenses
Fandb Fiction and British Politics - On being a true B'Stard
Fandb Fiction and British Politics - A very British Coup indeed
Fandb Fiction and British Politics - Truth is stranger than fiction
Fandb Fiction and British Politics - West Wing to the rescue?
Fandb Fiction and British Politics - Toryboyz to Little Madam
Fandb Fiction and British Politics - Behind closed doors