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Political Research Exchange

Media, Information and Politics

Democracy
 
Media
 
Social Media
 
Panel Number
P228
Panel Chair
Paul Nixon
The Hague University of Applied Sciences
Section

Time
27/08/2015 11:00 - 12:40
Location
Building: Jean-Brillant Floor: 4 Room: B-4275
Abstract
This panel is one from the open section that contains three at first seemingly differing presentations that coalesce around new aspects of connectivity and their contributions to democratic debate and the wider democratic process. How are the new possibilities enabled by ICT's and the relatively easy availability of data affecting the democratic discourse? The participants examine 1) the relationships between the media and corruption in 34 European countries with a special focus relating to the case of Spain 2) The outcomes of the formulation of an NGO Credibility Index in Greece and the driving forces behind it and 3) What role is social media playing in the furthering of the case against voting, particularly amongst the young in the UK general election?

Paper List


Title Details
Press Freedom or News Accuracy? Media and Corruption in 34 European Countries View Paper Details
Social Media (In)Action: Online Campaigns On Non Voting View Paper Details
Understanding the Power of Ratings in the Third Sector – An Analysis of the Creation of an NGO Credibility Index in Greece View Paper Details
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