How have political communications changed throughout history? What are the issues that are debated today? How well do politicians make their arguments? What type of communication is most effective for you?
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here is for how political communications have changed throughout history http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_have_communications_changed_over_the_years?#slide=1
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What are the issues that are debated today? Gay Marriage and more
how well do polititions make there arguments? http://www.psmag.com/navigation/politics-and-law/why-even-your-best-arguments-never-work-64910/
What type of communication is most effective for you http://www.personalityexplorer.com/FREEResources/CommunicationStrategiesForVariousPersonalities.aspx
Political communications have changed in many ways. Well, depending on what you mean by political to be honest. National, or International relations. In New York the UN hosts many meetings, and in many countries where they're democratic, republic, or socialistic they all gather to discuss related national issues..
Issues that are debated today vary in many subjects, like issues such as debt, or border patrol, or trade embargo or how to efficiently conserve energy...etc
Most politicians make their arguments based on facts, but many politicians try to make people band wagon with them and support them to get what they want done. Such as Donald Trump, he talks about the American/Mexican Border building a wall, because most americans agree with that.. arguments are built on reputation, facts, and emotion basically..
The most efficient way of getting your word out to the government is to protest, make groups, or send a letter. But the best way is to become the politician