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Social media and politics : a new way to participate in the political process
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Éditeur Praeger
Année copyright 2017
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Social media and politics : a new way to participate in the political process
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2 vol. (VIII-292, VIII-275 pages) ; 24 cm
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Vol. 1 : Candidates, campaigns, and political power ; vol. 2. Redefining politics: how are social media changing the political game ?
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320.973 01
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Vol. 1. Candidates, campaigns, and political power ; Trending politics: comparing political information flows in social media and traditional media / Leticia Bode ; What campaigns become as social media become the infrastructure of political communication / G.R. Boynton, Huyen T.T. Le, Yelena Mejova, M. Zubair Shafiq, and Padmini Srinivasan ; Facebook in presidential elections: status effects / Caleb T. Carr, Rebecca A. Hayes, Andrew D. Smock, and Paul J. Zube ; From home-style to Twitter-style: how personal, district, and campaign characteristics affect House candidates' Twitter-style / Heather K. Evans and Savannah L. Sipole ; Gender, U.S. House campaigns, and the Twitterverse / Melinda Mueller, Matthew Cain, Mariah Wallace, and Samantha Sarich ; Issue coverage on Twitter: evidence from two 2014 Senate races / Shamira Gelbman ; Social media use in U.S. Senate campaigns: initial tactics with Twitter / Joan L. Conners ; Candidate ethos through social media / Misty L. Knight ; Mexican elections travel to social media: how citizens participated through YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter / José Luis López Aguirre and Santiago Betancourt González ; Who sees what?: individual exposure to political information via social media / Leticia Bode ; How many people saw your tweet?: network density among Twitter followers / G.R. Boynton, Morgan Brittain, Kendal Corkle, Ryan Hall, Mitchell Khader, Thomas Panther, Brian Parks, Ryan C. Shellady, and Rachel Zuckerman ; You have how many followers? / G.R. Boynton, Morgan Brittain, Kendal Corkle, Ryan Hall, Devon Jensen, Mitchell Khader, Thomas Panther, Brian Parks, Ryan C. Shellady, and Rachel Zuckerman ; The influence of political intergroup differences and social media use on political discussion and polarization / Paul M. Haridakis, Mei-Chen Lin, and Gary Hanson ; Comparing social media use and political engagement: toward a valid measurement strategy / Ozan Kuru and Josh Pasek
Vol. 2. Redefining politics: how are social media changing the political game? ; Structures of dissent: social media, resistance journalism, and the mobilization of poverty activism / Cindy S. Vincent and Sara Straub ; Platforms with purpose: Clicktivism and Crowdfunding campaigns in the era of Citizens United / Laura Williams ; Caught between televisual and digital presence: Greenpeace's foray into the Twittersphere / Thomas Briedeband ; Big data goes to Washington: how protesters navigate aggregated social media content / Candice Lanius ; Hashtag feminism, digital media, and new dynamics of social change: a case study of #YesAllWomen / Bernadette Barker-Plummer and David Barker-Plummer ; The politics of authenticity in Facebook's name policy / Amber Davisson ; Allocating identities within a smartphone app game: a case study of Dark Summoner / Keith Massie and Angela M. Cirucci ; Memes and the 2012 presidential election / Bobbie Foster ; @TeaParty.org's performance of its virtual identity on Twitter / Gina Masullo Chen and Paromita Pain ; Screaming at Obama: the Tea Party and the Affordable Care Act / Glenn W. Richardson Jr. ; Social media versus the madmen: notes from the frontlines of a digital insurgency / Bruce E. Drushel ; #NothingButTheTruth: using social media to educate the public about courts / Jason Zenor ; Chinese netizens set China's public agenda via social media / Yu Zhang ; The global impact: using social media to learn about world politics / David McCoy
Candidates, campaigns, and political power
Redefining politics: how are social media changing the political game?
Résumé
"The last decade has seen dramatic changes in the U.S. political process. The advent of social media and other new forms of expression have enabled an unprecedented number of citizens to enter the political arena by expressing their opinions about issues and candidates in ways that can influence untold numbers of voters and officials. But the vast majority of politicians have not fully grasped how social media has fundamentally changed the process of communication or adjusted to the dramatic shift in political power that is taking place. Written by experts on the intersections of politics, public opinion, and popular culture, this book examines how new media have brought political "power to the people" like never before, provided new channels through which politicians communicate and attempt to influence public opinion, and caused a game-changing shift in political power. Volume one focuses on how savvy politicians are learning to communicate in new ways via new media in order to enhance their political appeal. The second volume examines the various ways in which individuals or groups who use new/social media are affecting voters' decisions, applying pressure to elected or appointed officials, and influencing the direction of the country." -- Publisher's description
ISBN
978-1-4408-3950-4
1-4408-3950-6
978-1-4408-4654-0
1-4408-4654-5
978-1-4408-4655-7
1-4408-4655-3
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