|Title||iPolitics : Citizens, elections, and governing in the new media era|
|Author||Richard L. Fox and Jennifer M. Ramos|
|Imprint||Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012|
|Descript||xviii, 303p. : ill ; 24 cm|
Introduction: politics in the new media era. -- More sources, better informed public? new media and political knowledge. -- Rethinking television's relationship to politics in the post-network era. -- Interplay: political blogging and journalism. -- YouTube and TV advertising campaigns: Obama versus McCain in 2008. -- The rise of web campaigning in Finland. -- E-campaigns in old Europe: observations from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. -- Preaching to the choir or converting the flock: presidential communication strategies in the age of three medias. -- Twitter and facebook: new ways for members of congress to send the same old messages? -- The dog that didn't bark: Obama, netroots progressives, and health care reform. -- New media and political change: lessons from internet users in Jordan, Egypt, and Kuwait.
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