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With Andrew Crines, University of Liverpool

How do Labour and Conservative politicians communicate with the voter? This lecture examines elements of the theory underscoring rhetorical analyses before applying it to leading figures in both of the main parties in post-war British politics. It uncovers the methods through which political ideologies are communicated to voters and, in turn, how votes can be won.

Our annual public lecture series 2017 considers how attitudes and cultures change over time. Taking inspiration from the perceived social changes of 1967, our lecturers investigate some of the developments that have impacted on lives in the 20th and 21st centuries.

Lectures are free and all are very welcome. Organised by Continuing Education at the University of Liverpool in partnership with National Museums Merseyside.


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