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Evolving Narrative of Barack Obama

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Three Distinct Narratives during Presidency

President Obama?s State of the Union Address earlier this week provided the Global Language Monitor the opportunity to analyze the changing Obama Narrative since he rose to the national prominence some five years ago. GLM found three distinct narratives with the communication styles supporting each narrative forming arcs of their own, characterized by their specific word choices, styles of delivery, rhetoric, and diction.

 

Obama’s foreign policy — in words

from FP Passport by Kedar Pavgi

What foreign policy-related words are you most likely to hear during tonight’s State of the Union address?
 

Highlights from Obama’s SOTU address

from FP Passport by Uri Friedman

 

WSJ: President Obama’s 2012 State of the Union

Mashable: The State of the Union, Live From the White House


NBC Politics: State of the Union 2012

Online reaction to Obama’s State of the Union

from AL JAZEERA ENGLISH (IN DEPTH)
In his last first-term State of the Union, Obama focused on the struggling economy and his role as commander in chief.

 

INFOGRAPHIC: Facebook Status Updates By U.S. Congress During President?s Speech


State of the Union: Will the US be saved by its military?

from AL JAZEERA ENGLISH (IN DEPTH)
Obama’s praise for the American military complex is misleading and potentially dangerous, writes the author.

 

The Election 2012 Weekly Report: Sunshine Policies

from FP Passport by Joshua Keating

 

Why media outlets team up in an election year

from Nieman Journalism Lab by Justin Ellis

 

What Businesses Can Learn From U.S. Politicians On Facebook

from All Facebook by Jennifer Moire

A new study from iContactreveals that Facebook is not only the most favored social network among the Republican presidential candidates, but that businesses can learn a thing or two from the campaigns with respect to engagement, fan growth and branding.
 

Obama?s State of the Union Address Sees 760,000 Tweets [INFOGRAPHIC]

from Mashable! by Stan Schroeder

 

Obama vs. Romney: Who will blue-collar Americans hate less?

from washingtonpost.com – Op-Ed Columns by Harold Meyerson
If Mitt Romney becomes the Republican nominee and ­faces off against Barack Obama in November, we may finally be able to answer a question that has vexed students of American politics since the heyday of George Wallace: Which elite do white, blue-collar Americans hate more?

 

Twitter to Play Crucial Role in South Carolina Republican Debate

from Mashable! by Joann Pan

What Can Twitter Tell Us About the South Carolina Primary?

from Mashable! by Alex Fitzpatrick

 

Infographic: US presidential election 2012

from AL JAZEERA ENGLISH (IN DEPTH)
Explaining logistics of major quadrennial vote, from party primaries to conventions and electoral college.

Facebook Fact And Fiction In The Republican Primaries

from All Facebook by Jennifer Moire

Obama stands tall on foreign policy

US President Barack Obama brandished the deaths of Osama bin Laden and Moamer Kadhafi as an election year show…

U.S. Takes First Steps Toward Internet Voting

from Mashable! by Zoe Fox

 

Obama?s State of the Union: Where Was the Tech?

from Mashable! by Lance Ulanoff

6 Ways the Media Is Using Digital Tools to Cover the Election

from Mashable! by Alex Fitzpatrick

INFOGRAPHIC: Facebook And The NH Primary

from All Facebook by Jennifer Moire

 

2012 Election Year Comment Guidelines

from Boing Boing by Antinous / Moderator

In the interest of not having every thread on every subject turn into a hissfest about whether Obama or Romney/Santorum/etc. is a bigger doody-head, Boing Boing’s election year rules are back on. These rules will remain in force for the rest of 2012.

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