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Gendering the European Parliament

Political Organisations and the Digital

Cyber Politics
Political Participation
Political Parties
Social Media
Decision Making
Panel Number
Panel Chair
Jasmin Fitzpatrick
Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
Panel Discussant
Isabelle Borucki
University of Duisburg-Essen

25/08/2018 09:00 - 10:40
Building: VMP 9 Floor: 1 Room: B136
Digital technologies have deeply challenged both the internal and external communication of political organizations. Membership and the internal structure are affected by the creation of "movements", digitalizing party linkage and many internal activities. The emergence of Pirate Parties, making digital technologies a political issue, is another indication of the intertwining between Politics and the Digital. This Panel questions the concept of political organization in the digital era, and the models that have been developed in academia over time to analyse these changes.

Paper List

Title Details
Expected Benefits and Use of Online Participation Tools in the Green Party Germany View Paper Details
Political Organisation Meets Political Organising: The Use of Digital Crowd Sourced Participation Strategies by Political Organizations View Paper Details
Pulling the Trigger? – How Parties Influence Discourse Quality in Social Media View Paper Details
Regulating E-Democracy: A Framework to Study Political Party’s Online Decision-Making and its Democratic Consequences View Paper Details
Rethinking the Social Movement Organization in the Digital Age View Paper Details
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