Alex Marland
Alex Marland
Professor, Dept. of Political Science, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
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Marketing political soap: a political marketing view of selling candidates like soap, of electioneering as a ritual, and of electoral military analogies
A Marland
Journal of Public Affairs 3 (2), 103-115, 2003
812003
Brand Command: Canadian Politics and Democracy in the Age of Message Control
A Marland
UBC Press, 2016
702016
Political Photography, Journalism, and Framing in the Digital Age The Management of Visual Media by the Prime Minister of Canada
A Marland
The International Journal of Press/Politics 17 (2), 214-233, 2012
652012
Political marketing in Canada
T Giasson, J Lees-Marshment, A Marland
UBC Press, 2012
47*2012
Governance in the Age of Digital Media and Branding
A Marland, JP Lewis, T Flanagan
Governance 30 (1), 125-141, 2017
402017
What is a political brand?: Justin Trudeau and the theory of political branding
A Marland
Canadian Political Science Association annual general meeting, 2013
282013
Masters of our own destiny: The nationalist evolution of Newfoundland Premier Danny Williams
A Marland
International Journal of Canadian Studies/Revue internationale d’études …, 2010
272010
Brand new party: Political branding and the Conservative Party of Canada
A Marland, T Flanagan
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2013
262013
The nature of political advising to prime ministers in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the UK
AL Esselment, J Lees-Marshment, A Marland
Commonwealth & Comparative Politics 52 (3), 358-375, 2014
192014
Political marketing in modern Canadian Federal Elections
A Marland
Paper for presentation at the Canadian Political Science Association Conference, 2003
182003
Insiders and Outsiders: Presentation of Self on Canadian Parliamentary Websites and Newsletters
R Koop, A Marland
Policy & Internet 4 (3-4), 112-135, 2012
162012
Permanent Campaigning in Canada
A Marland, T Giasson, AL Esselment
UBC Press, 2017
152017
From Opposition to Government: Party Merger as a Step on the Road to Power
A Marland, T Flanagan
Parliamentary Affairs 68 (2), 272-290, 2015
152015
The 2007 Provincial Election in Newfoundland and Labrador
A Marland
Canadian Political Science Review 1 (2), 75-85, 2007
152007
Introducing Political Marketing
T Giasson, J Lees-Marshment, A Marland
Political Marketing in Canada, 3-21, 2012
142012
Canadian political parties: Market-oriented, or ideological slagbrains?
A Marland
Political Marketing in Comparative Perspective, 59-78, 2005
142005
Investigating political marketing using mixed method: the case for campaign spending data
A Marland, T Giasson
Journal of Public Affairs 13 (4), 391-402, 2013
132013
Amateurs versus professionals: the 1993 and 2006 Canadian federal elections
A Marland
Political Marketing in Canada, 59-75, 2012
132012
Canadian Political Consultants' Perspectives about Political Marketing.
J Lees-Marshment, A Marland
Canadian Journal of Communication 37 (2), 2012
12*2012
The audience is listening: Talk radio and public policy in Newfoundland and Labrador
A Marland, M Kerby
Media, Culture & Society 32 (6), 997-1016, 2010
122010
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