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The presidential election of 2012, one of the most important in American history, was the product of complex and fast-moving changes—demographic, technological, and economic—surfacing in American society. Particularly prominent in the scholarly analyses in this volume (a companion volume to A Transformation in American National Politics: The Presidential Election of 2012) are: the psychology behind Barack Obama’s presidential leadership; the role of religious and cultural divisions in contemporary American politics; the rhetorical approaches of the two nominees; and trends in voting.
The University of Akron Press
Obama, Elections, 2012, Debates, Presidency, Voting
American Politics | United States History
Brattebo, Douglas M.; Lansford, Tom; Covarrubias, Jack; and Pauly, Robert J. Jr., "Culture, Rhetoric, and Voting: The Presidential Election of 2012" (2015). The University of Akron Press Publications. 193.