Groupe de recherche en communication politique
Department of Political Science
Téléphone : +1 709 864-8254
Memorial University of Newfoundland
A-5015, Arts & Administration Building
St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
Dr. Marland’s research and teaching centres on Canadian politics, public policy, electioneering and political communication. Before entering academia he worked in Ottawa and in St. John’s in government, media relations and opinion research. He is the co-editor, with Thierry Giasson (Laval), of the UBC Press series Communication, Strategy, and Politics.
Marland, Alex. 2014. “If seals were ugly, nobody would give a damn: Propaganda, nationalism and political marketing in the Canadian seal hunt.” Journal of Political Marketing 13(1-2): 66-84.
Marland, Alex et Matthew Kerby, dirs. 2014. First Among Unequals: The Premier, Politics, and Public Policy in Newfoundland & Labrador. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.
Esselment, Anna, Jennifer Lees-Marshment et Alex Marland. 2014. "The nature of political advising to prime ministers in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom." Commonwealth & Comparative Politics 52(3): 358-375.
Bastedo, Heather, Quinn Albaugh et Alex Marland. 2014. "The story behind the story: Evaluating the focus, tone and information in the news." Dans Gidengil, Elizabeth and Heather Bastedo, dirs. Canadian Democracy from the Ground Up: Perceptions and Performance. Vancouver: UBC Press.
Marland, Alex. et Mireille Lalancette. 2014. "Access Hollywood: Celebrity endorsements in American politics." Dans Lees-Marshment, Jennifer, Brian Conleyet et Kenneth Cosgrove, dirs. Political Marketing in the United States. New York: Routledge, 130-147.
Marland, Alex, Thierry Giasson et Tamara Small, dirs. 2014. Political Communication in Canada: Meet the Press and Tweet the Rest. Vancouver: UBC Press.