Professors Wilson, Hoffman to discuss election results on WVUD
5:02 p.m., Nov. 2, 2012--At 8:30 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 8, WVUD’s Campus Voices will feature analysis of the Nov. 6 election results from two professors from the University’s Center for Political Communication.
David Wilson, associate professor of political science and international relations, and Lindsay Hoffman, assistant professor of communication, will review national and regional results, discussing the media factors that shaped the returns, what the polls did and did not tell us prior to the election, and the ways successful candidates conveyed their message to the voters.
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Wilson and Hoffman are both nationally recognized experts in American politics: Wilson in social groups, political opinions and political behavior; Hoffman in media effects and citizen engagement with politics and their communities, especially using Internet technology.
Campus Voices is a collaboration between WVUD, the listener supported voice of the University of Delaware, and UD Information Technologies.
Visit the Campus Voices website for more information, including the most current broadcast schedule, or to suggest guests for upcoming episodes.