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Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Adnan Huskić
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Part of the Political Campaigning and Communication book series (PCC)

Abstract

The chapter focuses on the development of political communication and campaigning in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It starts with a brief overview of the basic characteristics of the political and party system. Then, it introduces the main laws and rules the campaigners must comply with. After that, the author describes the evolution of communication tactics and techniques used by parties and candidates to persuade voters to vote for them over the last three decades. At the end of the chapter, the author discusses the most recent campaigning trends in Bosnia and Herzegovina and summarises the chapter.

Keywords

Election campaign Political communication Bosnia and Herzegovina Post-communist country 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Adnan Huskić
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  1. 1.Sarajevo School of Science and TechnologySarajevoBosnia and Herzegovina

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