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The Myth of Digital Democracy
Is the Internet democratizing American politics? Do political Web sites and blogs mobilize inactive citizens and make the public sphere more inclusive? The Myth of Digital Democracy reveals that,Expand
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The Internet Trap: How the Digital Economy Builds Monopolies and Undermines Democracy
a way to bolster the evidentiary paragraphs, but regardless of the final formatting the book provides an excellent resource for anyone with an interest in political systems. It is most appropriateExpand
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\Googlearchy": How a Few Heavily-Linked Sites Dominate Politics on the Web
Claims about the Web and politics have commonly confounded two dierent things: retrievability and visibility, the large universe of pages that could theoretically be accessed versus those thatExpand
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The Internet and Four Dimensions of Citizenship
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Campaign Politics and the Digital Divide
The Internet has created a digital and a political divide. Just as the elderly, those less well educated, and some minorities are less likely to use the Internet than other Americans, candidates forExpand
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The Real Lessons of Howard Dean: Reflections on the First Digital Campaign
Howard Dean's presidential bid was notable for many things, including the mixed reaction it drew from political scientists. Many scholars found Dean's ultimate failure predictable. LongstandingExpand
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Building Better Models
Analytic techniques developed for big data have much broader applications in the social sciences, outperforming standard regression models even—or rather especially—in smaller datasets. This articleExpand
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Personalization and the Future of News
Over the past two decades, much scholarship has theorized about how highly personalized news media might change the public sphere. But even as algorithmic content filtering has become widespread,Expand
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Rethinking Intersectionality: Towards an Understanding of Discursive Marginalization
In recent years, political science research on “intersectionality” has breathed new life into perennial debates about group politics, inequality, and marginalization, demonstrating that unitaryExpand
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Demonstration of literal three-dimensional imaging.
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In a recent paper a new technique was proposed for remote ranging and topographical mapping by using a single-photon-counting detector and a low-power pulsed laser [Appl. Opt. 38, 441 (1996)]. Expand
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