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Author: David Taras; Richard 1st Davis
Publisher: Milton : Routledge, 2019.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Taras, David
Power Shift?: Political Leadership and Social Media
Milton : Routledge,c2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David Taras; Richard 1st Davis
ISBN: 9780429880339 0429880332
OCLC Number: 1130906067
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Description: 1 online resource (263 p.)
Contents: Political Leadership and Social Media: An Introduction David TarasPart 1: Leaders and the New Instruments of Media Persuasion2. The President Tweets the Press: President-Press Relations and the Politics of Media DegradationJoshua M. Scacco and Eric C. Wiemer3. Vulgar Eloquence in the Digital Age: A Case Study of Candidate Donald Trump's Use of TwitterJennifer Stromer-Galley4. "Delete Your Account"? Hillary Rodham Clinton Across Social Media Platforms in the 2016 U.S. Presidential ElectionShannon C. McGregor and Regina C. Lawrence5. The Visually Viral Prime Minister: Justin Trudeau, Selfies, and InstagramChasten Remillard, Lindsey M. Bertrand, and Alina Fisher6. Tweeting the Agenda: Policy Making and Agenda Setting by U.S. Congressional Leaders in the Age of Social MediaJacob R. Strauss and Raymond T. WilliamsPart 2: Twitter, Leaders, and Populism7. Populism and Social Media Popularity: How Populist Communication Benefits Political Leaders on Facebook and TwitterSina Blassnig, Nicole Ernst, Sven Engesser and Frank Esser8. A Marriage of Twitter and Populism in the French Presidential Campaign? The Twitter-Discourse of Challengers Macron and Le PenPeter Maurer9. Political Communication Patterns and Sentiments Across Time Maurice VergeerPart 3: Social Media and Grassroots Politics10. 'Twitter Was Like Magic!': Strategic use of social media in contemporary feminist activismKaitlynn Mendes11. #Unsettling Canada 150, One Tweet at a Time: How Indigenous Leaders use Twitter to Resist and Reframe Mainstream News in CanadaBrad Clark12. Fanning Flames of Discontent: A Case Study of Social Media, Populism, and CampaigningPatrick McCurdy13. Not A Leader! Theresa May's Leadership Through the Lens of Internet MemesTamara Small and Mireille Lalancette14. Twitter and Student Leadership in South Africa: The Case of #FeesMustFall Tanja Bosch, Thierry M. Luescher, and Nkululeko MakhubuConclusionRichard Davis


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"Taras and Davis have put together a collection of scholars that represents a who's who of researchers focused on the now ubiquitous role of social media in modern politics. The result is, as Read more...

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