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IPolitics : Citizens, Elections, and Governing in the New Media Era.

Author: Richard Fox; Jennifer Ramos
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2011.
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IPolitics describes the ways in which new media innovations change how politicians and citizens engage the political arena.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Fox, Richard.
IPolitics : Citizens, Elections, and Governing in the New Media Era.
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, ©2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Fox; Jennifer Ramos
ISBN: 9781139221375 113922137X 9781139059893 1139059890
OCLC Number: 796384141
Description: 1 online resource (324 pages)
Contents: Cover; iPolitics: Citizens, Elections, and Governing in the New Media Era; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Tables and Figures; Contributors; Preface and Acknowledgments; Introduction: Politics in the New Media Era; THE EVOLVING MEDIA LANDSCAPE AND ITS EFFECTS ON POLITICS; DEMOCRACY AND THE NEW MEDIA; ORGANIZATION AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE VOLUME; SECTION I: THE SHIFTING MEDIA UNIVERSE AND NEWS CONSUMERS; 1: More Sources, Better Informed Public? New Media and Political Knowledge; POLITICAL KNOWLEDGE IN THE TRADITIONAL MEDIA ERA; HAVE KNOWLEDGE LEVELS INCREASED IN THE NEW MEDIA ENVIRONMENT? POLITICAL KNOWLEDGE BY MEDIA SOURCENEW MEDIA AND MISINFORMATION; CONCLUSION; 2: Rethinking Television's Relationship to Politics in the Post-Network Era; NEWS AS PERFORMANCE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS; ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMMING AND POLITICAL NARRATIVES; FROM AUDIENCES TO USERS; CONCLUSIONS; 3: Interplay: Political Blogging and Journalism; WAGING RHETORICAL WAR; A SYMBIOTIC RELATIONSHIP; The Impact of Bloggers on Journalists; JOURNALISMS EFFECTS ON BLOGS; Providing a Governing Model; Establishing Blogger Standards; Defining the Role of Blogs in Journalism; CONCLUSION. SECTION II: CAMPAIGNS AND ELECTIONS IN THE NEW MEDIA ENVIRONMENT4: YouTube and TV Advertising Campaigns: Obama versus McCain in 2008; TV VERSUS INTERNET ADS; Advertising Strategies; Emotions in Advertisements; Deception in Advertisements; Representation of Diversity in Advertisements; METHODS; RESULTS; Promotional Appeals versus Attack Advertising; Emotions in Advertisements; Deception in Advertisements; Representation of Diversity in Advertisements; CONCLUSION; 5: The Rise of web Campaigning in Finland: Tom Carlson and kim strandberg; GOING BEYOND THE U.S. CASE. DIGITAL GAPS IN WEBSITE ADOPTIONPROVISION OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENGAGEMENT; FINNISH WEB CAMPAIGNING IN NATIONAL AND EUROPEAN ELECTIONS; DATA AND METHODS; FINDINGS ON WEBSITE ADOPTION IN FINNISH ELECTIONS; DO WEB CAMPAIGNS MATTER?; ADOPTING PRACTICE OF PROVIDING ENGAGEMENT FEATURES; DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS; 6: E-Campaigns in Old Europe: Observations from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland; TRENDS IN POLITICAL CAMPAIGNING; RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE UNITED STATES; E-CAMPAIGNS IN GERMANY, AUSTRIA, AND SWITZERLAND; Germany and the 2009 ""Superwahljahr""; Austrian Elections. Swiss Referendums and the Rise of the Pirate PartyGeneral Observations; CHARACTERISTICS OF POLITICAL COMMUNICATION IN GERMAN-SPEAKING EUROPE; FACTORS INFLUENCING THE POLITICAL ROLE OF THE INTERNET; CONCLUSION; SECTION III: CIVIC MOBILIZATION AND GOVERNANCE IN THE NEW INFORMATION AGE; 7 Preaching to the Choir or Converting the Flock: Presidential Communication Strategiesin the Age of Three Medias; TRADITIONAL NEWS MEDIA; NEW MEDIA: CABLE NEWS AND THE INTERNET; Cable News; Internet; New Media and Leadership; SOFT NEWS; CONCLUSION.

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