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 Nordic Party Members: Linkages in Troubled Times, Edited by Marie Demker, Knut Heidar, and Karina Kosiara-Pedersen

Digital Media and Politics

Media
 
Political Competition
 
Internet
 
Social Media
 
Technology
 
Panel Number
P116
Panel Chair
Isabelle Borucki
University of Duisburg-Essen
Panel Discussant
Katharina Gerl
Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf

Time
23/08/2018 11:00 - 12:40
Location
Building: VMP 9 Floor: 1 Room: B136
Abstract
Every political actor (governments, parties or interest groups) has to deal with the fundamentally changed media and communication outlets the Digital provides. Last European national elections showed populist shift, and social media shift since new and emerging political movements and parties (e.g. the French En Marche or German AfD) directly grew into social media. The panel assesses the external campaigning strategies and possibilities the Digital provides for enabling proactive external communications with potential voters, supporters and members.

Paper List


Title Details
Coalescing Around Narratives of Gender Inequality on Twitter: The Use of Informal Coalitions Online in the Toronto 2018 Municipal Elections View Paper Details
Digital Heuristics – Modeling Political Communication in Hybrid Media Environments View Paper Details
Engaging the Public Through Information Communication Technologies and the Internet View Paper Details
Explaining the Intensity of Politicians’ Social Media Communication: The Impact of Presumed User Expectations and Party Size View Paper Details
The Volatility of Politics in a Digital Age: Opinion Attention Trends Over Time in Britain and Germany View Paper Details
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