POLITICAL Communication NETWORk
Members of the Political Communication Network employ a wide range of research methods and analytical perspectives to advance our understanding of the practices, content, and implications of political communication. The Network recognises that political communication is produced by multitude of actors, including – but not limited to – political parties, news media, governmental institutions, international organisations, interest groups, social movements, and digital citizens.
Key functions of the Network encompass:
-Supporting political communication research by sharing knowledge, methods, and resources.
-Facilitating collaborative research in the area of political communication.
-Organising events for the dissemination and discussion of research findings, such as stand-alone workshops and panels at NZPSA conferences.
-Coordinating activities with other NZSPA networks as well as with international specialist groups.
If you wish to join the network, please contact Olli Hellmann: firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Lim, University of Auckland
Luna Zhao, University of Auckland
Mark Boyd, University of Auckland
Sarah Bickerton, University of Auckland
Natalia Chaban, University of Canterbury
Nadine Kreitmeyr, University of Canterbury
Edward Elder, University of Auckland
Serena Kelly, University of Canterbury
Karl Löfgren, Victoria University of Wellington
Claire Robinson, Massey University
Simon Mark, Massey University
Lara Greaves, University of Auckland
Geoff Kemp, University of Auckland
Mona Krewel, Victoria University of Wellington
Phuong Vu, University of Otago
Justin Phillips, University of Waikato
Olli Hellmann, University of Waikato
Jennifer Lees-Marshment, University of Auckland