Analyzing online political discussion using three models of democratic communication

@article{Freelon2010AnalyzingOP,
  title={Analyzing online political discussion using three models of democratic communication},
  author={Deen Freelon},
  journal={New Media & Society},
  year={2010},
  volume={12},
  pages={1172-1190}
}
Research examining online political forums has until now been overwhelmingly guided by two broad perspectives: (1) a deliberative conception of democratic communication and (2) a diverse collection of incommensurable multi-sphere approaches. While these literatures have contributed many insightful observations, their disadvantages have left many interesting communicative dynamics largely unexplored. This article seeks to introduce a new framework for evaluating online political forums (based on… CONTINUE READING
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