New Media Campaigns and the Managed Citizen (Communication, Society and Politics) Paperback – 17 Oct 2005
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'In this important book, Philip Howard looks at the use of the internet and of digital retrieval systems in contemporary political campaigning … I … am extremely grateful to Howard for writing this excellent book, and I will be recommending it to students and colleagues.' Political Studies Review
Technological innovations can alter the organization of power in politics, and it is difficult to distinguish political systems from their communication technologies. This book explores how political organizations use new information technologies to construct public opinion, and analyzes what it means to be a citizen in a modern, representative democracy.See all Product description
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