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The popular weblog-tracking web site technorati.com reviews the existance of smartly over a hundred million blogs. Despite the medium’s ubiquity, the have an effect on of political running a blog on politics and civic engagemment has now not been systematically examined. In an period of depressed civic engagement, where entry to the media by ordinary residents is restricted, blogs have the vigour to alternate the political panorama.


Blogging the Political catalogs the people engaged in political running a blog, explains why they all started running a blog, and examines what they hope to profit from it. The better query at hand is whether and the way political running a blog allows civic engagement and mobilization within the U.s.. Do political bloggers take part in politics most effective through running a blog or additionally through extra traditional actions reminiscent of vote casting or sending an e mail to an elected respectable? Do they motivate their readers to undertake political actions, and how do they go about doing so?  Examining  the exercise of a various spectrum of bloggers, Pole concludes that running a blog is indeed a brand new and demanding sort of political participation, one that can doubtlessly seriously change politics and lead to elevated civic engagement.

PublicationDate

2010-02-12

ProductTypeName

ABIS_EBOOKS

ProductGroup

eBooks

Publisher

Routledge

ReleaseDate

2010-02-12

Title

Blogging the Political: Politics and Participation in a Networked Society

Studio

Routledge

NumberOfPages

174

Manufacturer

Routledge

Edition

1

Binding

Kindle Edition

EISBN

9781135237202

Format

Kindle eBook

Languages
Label

Routledge

Author

Antoinette Pole

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