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[ecrea] New Book Announcement: Managing Democracy in the Digital Age

Fri Feb 09 21:32:02 GMT 2018

NEW BOOK: Managing Democracy in the Digital Age

We are pleased to announce the publication of /Managing Democracy in the Digital Age: Internet Regulation, Social Media Use, and Online Civic Engagement/, edited by Julia Schwanholz (University of Göttingen), Todd Graham (University of Leeds), Peter-Tobias Stoll (University of Göttingen), and published by Springer:



*/1./**/Digital Transformation: New Opportunities and Challenges for Democracy?/*

Julia Schwanholz and Todd Graham

Part I Challenges for Internet Regulation on the Global, EU, and National Level

*/2./**/Internet Censorship in Liberal Democracies: Learning from Autocracies?/*

Andreas Busch, Patrick Theiner, and Yana Breindl

*/3./**/The Emergence and Analysis of European Data Protection Regulation/*

Murat Karaboga

*/4./**/Internet Policy and German Copyright Regulation. A Subsystem Perspective to Assess Changes in Interest Group Dynamics and Policy-Making/*

Stefan Lindow

Part II Political Communication and Social Media: From Politics to Citizens

*/5./**/Parliaments 2.0? Digital Media Use by National Parliaments in the EU/*

Patrick Theiner, Julia Schwanholz, and Andreas Busch

*/6./**/Much Ado About Nothing? The Use of Social Media in the New Digital Agenda Committee of the German Bundestag/*

Julia Schwanholz, Brenda Moon, Axel Bruns, and Felix Münch

*/7./**/Social Media Logic and Its Impact on Political Communication During Election Times/*

Pieter Verdegem and Evelien D’heer

*/8./**/The Personal in the Political on Twitter: Towards a Typology of Politicians’ Personalized Tweeting Behaviours/*

Todd Graham, Daniel Jackson, and Marcel Broersma

*/9./**/Social Media Sourcing Practices: How Dutch Newspapers Use Tweets in Political News Coverage/*

Bert Jan Brands, Todd Graham, and Marcel Broersma

Part III Online Civic Engagement and the Public Sphere

*/10./**/New Rituals for Public Connection: Audiences’ Everyday Experiences of Digital Journalism, Civic Engagement, and Social Life/*

Joelle Swart, Chris Peters, and Marcel Broersma

*/11./**/Social Media as Civic Space for Media Criticism and Journalism Hate/*

Goran Svensson

*/12./**/Lurkers and the Fantasy of Persuasion in an Online Cultural Public Sphere/*

Jakob Svensson

*/13./**/Environmental Talk in the Chinese Green Public Sphere: A Comparative Analysis of Daily Green-Speak Across Three Chinese Online Forums/*

Yu Sun, Todd Graham, and Marcel Broersma


*/14./**/Clinton, Trump, and Artificial Intelligence/*

Einar Thorsen

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