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Mundane Internet Tools, Mobilizing Practices, and the Co-Production of Citizenship

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The internet’s potential for political mobilization has been highlighted for more than a decade, but we know little about what particular kinds of information and communication technologies are most important when it comes to getting people involved in politics and what this means for the active exercise of engaged citizenship. On the basis of ethnographic research in two congressional campaigns in the United States, I will argue here that specific mundane internet tools (like email) are much...

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University of Oxford
Department:
Politics and Int Relations
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Journal:
New Media and Society More from this journal
Publication date:
2011-01-01
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525
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2011-08-19

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