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Social media like Facebook and Twitter place the focus on the individual politician rather than the political party, thereby expanding the political arena for increased for personalized campaigning.
Audiences on the move? Use and assessment of local print and online newspapers
Online media have contributed to transforming media industries as well as media audiences, globally, nationally and locally. This article studies the readers of local and regional newspapers with
Candidate campaigning in parliamentary systems
The individualization of politics is usually studied in relation to party leaders. Using new data from the Norwegian Candidate Survey 2009 and in-depth interviews with 29 top candidates, in this
Social Media and Elections: The Use of Twitter in the 2013 Campaigns in Italy, Australia, Germany, and Norway
Social media are playing an increasingly important part in political campaigning. Recent elections have seen a shift from early uses of blogs (e.g. in the 2004 US election; cf. Adamic & Glance, 2005)
The Routledge Companion to Social Media and Politics
Introduction Axel Bruns, Gunn Enli, Eli Skogerbo, Anders Olof Larsson, and Christian Christensen PART I: THEORIES OF SOCIAL MEDIA AND POLITICS * Politics in the Age of Hybrid Media: Power, Systems,
Intermedial agenda setting in local election campaigns
Social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and many other services, have established themselves as part of the networked and increasingly hybrid public sphere, extending and transforming it to
Agenda-setting revisited : Social media and sourcing in mainstream journalism
In political journalism, the battle over agenda-setting between journalists and their sources has been described using many metaphors and concepts. Herbert Gans saw it as a dance where the two
Size, ownership and innovation in newspapers
This chapter analyses the relationship between the size and ownership of newspapers and their approaches to the challenges from the tablet market, e.g. the iPad. Which newspapers were inclined to