Politics Moves Online

Campaigning and the Internet

Author: Michael Cornfield

Publisher: Century Foundation

ISBN: 9780870784804

Category: Political Science

Page: 131

View: 5393

The author provides a comprehensive guide to how the Internet has been used in political campaigns. Through a series of insightful cases, he examines how candidates use the Web as a campaign tool and as a fund-raising mechanism, and how voters use the Internet to gather information and become more knowledgeable voters.

Wahlkampf im Internet

Handbuch für die politische Online-Kampagne

Author: Manuel Merz,Stefan Rhein

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN: 3643115458

Category:

Page: 329

View: 3206

Media Power, Media Politics

Author: Mark J. Rozell

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9780742511583

Category: Philosophy

Page: 341

View: 1638

This work examines the role and influence of the media in every sphere of American politics. Organized thematically, the book analyzes the relationship between the media and key institutions, political actors and nongovernmental entities, as well as the role of the new media, media ethics and foreign policy coverage. Written by leading scholars in the field, the chapters serve as broad overviews to the issues while discussion questions and suggestions for further reading encourage deeper inquiry. Designed to complement a wide variety of classes the book is a look at the pervasive influence of the media in American society.

Politische Kommunikation

theoretische Ansätze und Ergebnisse empirischer Forschung

Author: Winfried Schulz

Publisher: Springer-Verlag

ISBN: 9783531329628

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 393

View: 5050

Der gegenüber der ersten Aufalge vollständig überarbeitete und erweiterte Band gibt einen Überblick über die wichtigsten Ansätze und Ergebnisse empirischer Forschung zum Verhältnis von Politik und Massenmedien. Es geht um die Medialisierung der Politik und deren Folgen für die Qualität der Demokratie: Welchen Einfluss hat der Medienwandel auf die „politischen Funktionen“ von Massenkommunikation? Auf welche Weise vermitteln die Medien die politische Realität und wie stellen sie politische Öffentlichkeit her? Wie begünstigen, behindern oder verändern sie das politische Engagement der Bürger und Entscheidungen der politischen Elite? Prozesse der politischen Beteiligung, der Kommunikation im Wahlkampf und der politischen Public Relations stehen dabei im Mittelpunkt.

Das Internet im Wahlkampf

Analysen zur Bundestagswahl 2009

Author: Eva Johanna Schweitzer,Steffen Albrecht

Publisher: Springer-Verlag

ISBN: 3531928538

Category: Political Science

Page: 319

View: 1011

In keinem anderen deutschen Wahlkampf stand die politische Online-Kommunikation bislang derart im Vordergrund wie zur Bundestagswahl 2009. Unter dem Eindruck der amerikanischen Web-Innovationen suchten hiesige Parteistrategen alle Register des modernen E-Campaigning zu ziehen und das Internet gleichfalls als neues 'Leitmedium' der politischen Kampagne zu verankern. Wie sah dieses Unterfangen genau aus? Welche Strategien verfolgten politische Organisationen und Kandidaten im Netz und welche Resonanz erfuhr der Wahlkampf unter den Online-Nutzern? Diese Fragen beleuchtet der vorliegende Band anhand von empirischen Fallstudien zu den verschiedenen Formaten der deutschen Internetkampagne.

The Internet and the 2016 Presidential Campaign

Author: Jody C Baumgartner,Terri L. Towner

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 1498542972

Category: Political Science

Page: 384

View: 8263

The Internet and the 2016 Presidential Campaign comprehensively examines how candidates, campaigns, and others used social media and the Internet throughout the 2016 election./span

Handbuch Public Affairs

Author: Marco Althaus

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN: 9783825881443

Category: Public administration

Page: 302

View: 9123

The Oxford Handbook of State and Local Government

Author: Donald P. Haider-Markel

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0191611964

Category: Political Science

Page: 976

View: 1613

The Oxford Handbook of State and Local Government is an historic undertaking. It contains a wide range of essays that define the important questions in the field, evaluate where we are in answering them, and set the direction and terms of discourse for future work. The Handbook will have a substantial influence in defining the field for years to come. The chapters critically assess both the key works of state and local politics literature and the ways in which the sub-field has developed. It covers the main areas of study in subnational politics by exploring the central contributions to the comparative study of institutions, behavior, and policy in the American context. Each chapter outlines an agenda for future research.

Transnational Social Work Practice

Author: Nalini Junko Negi,Rich Furman

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 0231526318

Category: Social Science

Page: 192

View: 3330

A growing number of people immigrants, refugees, asylum-seekers, displaced individuals, and families lead lives that transcend national boundaries. Often because of economic pressures, these individuals continually move through places, countries, and cultures, becoming exposed to unique risk and protective factors. Though migration itself has existed for centuries, the availability of fast and cheap transportation as well as today's sophisticated technologies and electronic communications have allowed transmigrants to develop transnational identities and relationships, as well as engage in transnational activities. Yet despite this new reality, social work has yet to establish the parameters of a transnational social work practice. In one of the first volumes to address social work practice with this emergent and often marginalized population, practitioners and scholars specializing in transnational issues develop a framework for transnational social work practice. They begin with the historical and environmental context of transnational practice and explore the psychosocial, economic, environmental, and political factors that affect at-risk and vulnerable transnational groups. They then detail practical strategies, supplemented with case examples, for working with transnational populations utilizing this population's existing strengths. They conclude with recommendations for incorporating transnational social work into the curriculum.

Internet Politics

States, Citizens, and New Communication Technologies

Author: Andrew Chadwick

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780195177732

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 384

View: 4948

In the developed world, there is no longer an issue of whether the Internet affects politics--but rather how, why, and with what consequences. With the Internet now spreading at a breathtaking rate in the developing world, the new medium is fraught with tensions, paradoxes, and contradictions. How do we make sense of these? In this major new work, Andrew Chadwick addresses such concerns, providing the first comprehensive overview of Internet politics. Internet Politics examines the impact of new communication technologies on political parties and elections, pressure groups, social movements, local democracy, public bureaucracies, and global governance. It also analyzes persistent and controversial policy problems, including the digital divide; the governance of the Internet itself; the tensions between surveillance, privacy, and security; and the political economy of the Internet media sector. The approach is explicitly comparative, providing numerous examples from the U.S., Britain, and many other countries. Written in a clear and accessible style, this theoretically sophisticated and up-to-date text reveals the key difference the Internet makes in how we "do" politics and how we think about political life. A companion website, www.andrewchadwick.com, offers dynamic, regularly updated material to supplement the book, along with PowerPoint slides for students and instructors, data spreadsheets, and additional case studies. Featuring numerous figures, tables, and text boxes, Internet Politics is ideal for undergraduate and graduate courses in political science, international relations, and communication studies.

The Self and Online Politics

A Social Psychological Approach to Political Computer-mediated Communication in the United States

Author: Benjamin Gross

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Blogs

Page: 380

View: 8252

Critical Moves

Dance Studies in Theory and Politics

Author: Randy Martin

Publisher: Duke University Press

ISBN: 9780822322191

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 270

View: 9127

A theoretical examination of the influence of political and social movements on the art of dance.

The Politics of News: The News of Politics

Author: Doris Doris Appel Graber,Denis McQuail,Pippa Norris

Publisher: C Q Press College

ISBN: N.A

Category: Social Science

Page: 294

View: 2047

Books on journalists typically focus on the dynamics of the newsmaking process. The Politics of News: The News of Politics extends this examination to explore the struggle between journalists, political actors, and the public for control of the news in democratic countries. The book shows how the news media function as an intermediary between governments and citizens, as well as between political actors (such as parties and interest groups) and the public. Essays present a diversity of views and are written by a distinguished group of authors that includes such luminaries as Jim Lehrer, Kathleen Hall Jamieson, Robert Picard, and Andrew Kohut. The Politics of News is policy-oriented. By diagnosing problems faced by those whose influence affects newsmaking in both existing and emerging democracies, authors generate ideas about possible reforms. Several chapters offer comparative analysis that offer students insight into the impact of cultural factors on newsmaking. Accessible yet sophisticated, this anticipated second edition covers significant issues surrounding political news, ranging from the limits of press freedom during times of war and the implications of media concentration for democratic participation, to the ingenious ways that governments and interest groups draw attention to their concerns.

French Moves

The Cultural Politics of Le Hip Hop

Author: Felicia McCarren

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199939977

Category: History

Page: 202

View: 2505

This book shows how le hip hop reflects a republic of culture rather than a culture industry; a minority identity politics that takes shape as a movement poetics or figural language; and the public valorization of dance as a technique, meriting unemployment compensation and understood as a high-tech knowledge practice.

Communication in political campaigns

Author: William L. Benoit

Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Inc

ISBN: 9780820486369

Category: Political Science

Page: 292

View: 2003

Original Scholarly Monograph

Cultural Resistance Reader

Author: Stephen Duncombe

Publisher: Verso

ISBN: 9781859846599

Category: Social Science

Page: 447

View: 2571

This reader brings together many classic texts that help define culture as a tool of resistance. With concise introductions, this reader contains the work of Marx, Benjamin, Hall and Bey (amongst others) as well as a number of new activists/authors published here for the first time.

The Internet Election

Perspectives on the Web in Campaign 2004

Author: Andrew Paul Williams,John C. Tedesco

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Pub Incorporated

ISBN: 9780742540958

Category: Political Science

Page: 216

View: 9491

Analyzes the role of the Web in the 2004 presidential campaign with an eye toward following elections. This work covers grassroots organizing via the Internet, candidate e-mail strategies, blogs, online discourse about candidates' spouses, and the gendering of candidates on Web sites. It is aimed at political strategists, and Internet enthusiasts.

No Place for Amateurs

How Political Consultants are Reshaping American Democracy

Author: Dennis W Johnson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: N.A

Category: Political Science

Page: 313

View: 6657

Despite all the grassroots citizen activity through online avenues in recent years, it is still true that professional consultants are the ones running elections in the US. The second edition of No Place for Amateurs further explores how consultants are reshaping democracy. Professional consultants still call the shots, despite the bloggers, the Dean supporters, and those who think that campaigns can be run from the bottom up, rather than the top down. Dennis Johnson, who prior to entering academia ran his own candidate and opposition research firm and was chief of staff to a member of Congress, expertly guides students through these issues. The second edition addresses the many changes that have taken place in political campaigns since 2000, including a new landscape of campaign funding, the media and technology's increased importance to the way campaigns are run, as well as updating the cast of consultants and elections referenced in examples. It also highlights the campaigns of 2005-06 and the activities of Rove and the Republican operatives surrounding Bush.