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What's trending in Canadian politics? : understanding transformations in power, media, and the public sphere

Author: Mireille Lalancette; Vincent Raynauld; Erin Crandall
Publisher: Vancouver ; Toronto UBC Press [2019] © 2019
Series: Communication, strategy, and politics
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
"What trends are shaping contemporary political communication and behaviour in Canada, and where are they heading? "What's Trending in Canadian Politics?" examines political communication and democratic governance in a digital age. Exploring the effects of conventional and emerging political communication practices in Canada, contributors investigate the uses of digital media for political communication,  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mireille Lalancette; Vincent Raynauld; Erin Crandall
ISBN: 9780774861151 0774861150
OCLC Number: 1140127706
Description: xvi, 319 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme
Contents: Introduction: Identifying and Studying Trends in Canadian Politics / Vincent Raynauld, Mireille Lalancette and Erin Crandall Part 1: Trends in Political Engagement and Democratic Practice1 Social Uses of the Web by Environmental Activists: A Look at Digital Engagement / Ghada Touir, Florence Millerand, and Guillaume Latzko-Toth 2 Rethinking Digital Activism as it Unfolds: Ambient Political Engagement on Twitter during the 2012 Quebec Student Strike / Vincent Raynauld, Mireille Lalancette, and Sofia Tourigny-Kone 3 Bytes and Bitumen: A Case Study of Mediated Discourse on, and Digital Advocacy for, TransCanada's Proposed Energy East Pipeline / Patrick McCurdy and Jacob Groshek 4 Transforming the Disengaged: Social Media and Youth in Canada / Shelley Boulianne5 Trolling Stephen Harper: Internet Memes as Online Activism / Mireille Lalancette, Tamara A. Small, and Maxime Pronovost 6 From Spheres to Trajectories of Publicness: Exploring How the 2010 Toronto G20 Protests Were Communicated through Social Platforms / Thomas Poell Part 2: Political Actors Trending, Interacting, and Reaching Their Audiences7 Of Walls and Whispers: The Use of Facebook during the 2012 Quebec Election / Yannick Dufresne, Thierry Giasson, and Mickael Temporao 8 Cabinet Solidarity in an Age of Social Media: A Case Study of Twitter Use by Member of Parliament Carolyn Bennett / J.P. Lewis, Mireille Lalancette, and Vincent Raynauld 9 Does the Difference Compute? Data-Driven Campaigning in Canada / Fenwick McKelvey and Jill Piebiak 10 Beyond Market Intelligence: New Dimensions in Public Opinion Research / Andre Turcotte Part 3: Engaging, Consulting, and Framing: Trending Practices in Institutions and the Government 11 Covering the Court: How News Media Frames Social Science Evidence and Supreme Court Decisions on Physician-Assisted Dying / Erin Crandall, Kate Puddister, and Mark Daku 12 The Notion of Social Acceptability: Lay Citizens as a New Political Force / Stephanie Yates with Myriam Arbour Conclusion: Unpacking Trending Practices in Canadian Politics / Mireille Lalancette, Erin Crandall, and Vincent Raynauld Contributors; Index
Series Title: Communication, strategy, and politics
Other Titles: What is trending in Canadian politics?
Responsibility: edited by Mireille Lalancette, Vincent Raynauld, and Erin Crandall.


What's Trending in Canadian Politics? explores the changing nature of political communication and democratic governance in a digital age.  Read more...


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