New special issue of The International Journal of Press/Politics (IJPP) called Digital media, power, and democracy in election campaigns, is published now. IJPP is quarterly published, interdisciplinary journal that publishes research which analyzes the linkages between the news media and political processes and actors.
The special issue includes 6 articles, 2 book reviews and an introduction text by guest editors Andrew Chadwick and Jennifer Stromer-Galley. See table of contents from the drop down menu:
[spoiler title=’Table of contents’ collapse_link=’true’]Andrew Chadwick and Jennifer Stromer-Galley: Digital Media, Power, and Democracy in Parties and Election Campaigns: Party Decline or Party Renewal?
Benjamin Lee and Vincent Campbell: Looking Out or Turning in? Organizational Ramifications of Online Political Posters on Facebook
Rune Karlsen and Bernard Enjolras: Styles of Social Media Campaigning and Influence in a Hybrid Political Communication System: Linking Candidate Survey Data with Twitter Data
Andreas Jungherr: Four Functions of Digital Tools in Election Campaigns: The German Case
Andreu Casero-Ripollés, Ramón A. Feenstra, and Simon Tormey: Old and New Media Logics in an Electoral Campaign: The Case of Podemos and the Two-Way Street Mediatization of Politics
Taberez Ahmed Neyazi, Anup Kumar, and Holli A. Semetko: Campaigns, Digital Media, and Mobilization in India
Brian McNair Book Review: Being Digital Citizens
Paolo Gerbaudo Book Review: Expect Us: Online Communities and Political Mobilization[/spoiler]
Read the issue here.
Picture: Jeder einzelne ist wichtig! by Dennis Skley, licence: CC BY-ND 2.0