Handbook of Digital Politics

Handbook of Digital Politics

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ISBN-13: 9781786435637
Publisher: Elgar, Edward Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 11/16/2016
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 512

About the Author

Edited by Stephen Coleman, Professor of Political Communication, School of Media and Communication, University of Leeds, UK and Deen Freelon, Associate Professor, UNC School of Media and Journalism, US

Table of Contents

Contents:
1. Introduction: Conceptualising Digital Politics
Stephen Coleman and Deen Freelon
PART I THEORIZING DIGITAL POLITICS
2. The Internet as a Civic Space
Peter Dahlgren
3. The Social Foundations of Future Digital Politics
Nick Couldry
4. The Fifth Estate: A Rising Force of Pluralistic Accountability
William H. Dutton and Elizabeth Dubois
5. Silicon Valley Ideology and Class Inequality: A Virtual Poll Tax on Digital Politics
Jen Schradie
PART II GOVERNMENT AND POLICY
6. Online Voting Advice Applications: Foci, Findings and Future of an Emerging Research Field
Fadi Hirzalla and Liesbet van Zoonen
7. Internet Voting: The State of the Debate
Thad Hall
8. Digital Campaigning
Daniel Kreiss
9. e-Petitions
Scott Wright
10. Argumentation Tools for Digital Politics: Addressing the Challenge of Deliberation in Democracies
Neil Benn
PART III COLLECTIVE ACTION AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
11. The Logic of Connective Action: Digital Media and The Personalization of Contentious Politics
W. Lance Bennett and Alexandra Segerberg
12. Youth Civic Engagement
Chris Wells, Emily Vraga, Kjerstin Thorson, Stephanie Edgerly and Leticia Bode
13. Internet Use and Political Engagement in Youth
Yunhwan Kim and Erik Amnå
PART IV POLITICAL TALK
14. Everyday Political Talk in the Internet-Based Public Sphere
Todd Graham
15. Creating Spaces for Online Deliberation
Christopher Birchall and Stephen Coleman
16. Computational Approaches to Online Political Expression: Rediscovering a “Science of the Social”
Dhavan V. Shah, Kathleen Bartzen Culver, Alex Hanna, Timothy Mcafee, and JungHwan Yang
17. Two-screen Politics: Evidence, Theory and Challenges
Nick Anstead and Ben O’Loughlin
PART V JOURNALISM
18. From News Blogs to News on Twitter: Gatewatching and Collaborative News Curation
Axel Bruns and Tim Highfield
19. Research on the Political Implications of Political Entertainment
Michael A. Xenos
20. Journalism, Gatekeeping and Interactivity
Neil Thurman
PART VI INTERNET GOVERNANCE
21. Internet Governance, Rights and Democratic Legitimacy
Giles Moss
22. Social Media Surveillance
Christian Fuchs
PART VII EXPANDING THE FRONTIERS OF DIGITAL POLITICS RESEARCH
23. Visibility and Visualities: ‘Ways of Seeing’ Politics in the Digital Media Environment
Katy Parry
24. Automated Content Analysis of Online Political Communication
Ross Petchler and Sandra González-Bailon
25. On the Cutting Edge of Big Data: Digital Politics Research in the Social Computing Literature
Deen Freelon
Index

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