New Media and Politics
Barrie Axford, Richard Huggins
SAGE, Jan 26, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 229 pages
Exploring the theme of the putative transformation of political modernity under the impact of "new" media, this book adopts a questioning approach to the ways in which cultural and technological factors are affecting the temper of political life, and reflects the variety of normative thinking about and empirical research on the changing character of politics in mediatized cultures.
New Media and Politicsexamines: the extent to which commercial populism now dominates electoral and other political discourses; the ways in which the functions of leadership, government and political parties are modified by different forms of both old and new media; the democratic or undemocratic import of such changes; and the ways in which the dominant territorial paradigm of politics is challenged by the space and time devouring capacities of electronic media.
The Transformation of Political Communication?
The Transformation of Democracy?
The Transformation of the Public Sphere?
The Transformation of Citizenship?
The Transformation of the Political Audience?
The Transformation of Governance?