Changing Citizenship in the Digital Age

  title={Changing Citizenship in the Digital Age},
  author={W. Lance Bennett},
It is clear that many young citizens of this digital and global age have demonstrated interests in making contributions to society. Yet the challenge of engaging effectively with politics linked to spheres of government is difficult for most. A casual look at world democracies suggests that many of the most established ones are showing signs of wear. Parties are trying to reinvent themselves while awkwardly staying the course that keeps them in power. In the press, in everyday conversation, and… CONTINUE READING
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