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E-political socialization, the press and politics : the media and government in the USA, Europe and China /

Christ'l De Landtsheer, Russell F. Farnen, Daniel B. German, Henk Dekker, Heinz Sünker, Yingfa Song, Hongna Miao (eds.).

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Names: Landtsheer, Christ'l de.
Published: Frankfurt am Main : Peter Lang, [2014]
Series: Labour, education & society ; volume 32.
Topics: Political socialization. | Social media - Political aspects. | Mass media - Political aspects. | Society and social sciences Society and social sciences. | Politics and government. | Political science and theory. | POLITICAL SCIENCE - Public Policy - Cultural Policy. | SOCIAL SCIENCE - Anthropology - Cultural. | SOCIAL SCIENCE - Popular Culture. | POLITICAL SCIENCE - General.
Genres: Electronic books.
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Physical Description: 1 online resource (372 pages)
Includes: Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
ISBN: 9783653019711 (electronic bk.)
3653019710 (electronic bk.)


Language Note: In English.
Copyright: ©2014
Summary: This book examines the state of print and electronic media in the United States of America, Europe, and China. The latest mass communication advances demonstrate that we live in an increasingly media-centric world. The chapters include theoretical and empirical studies that shed light on the meaning of this development. The trajectory of people's move to electronic communication is a global phenomenon affecting their daily life. Does this trend aid or impede democracy? Is there an emerging digital divide contributing to an increasing gap between the rich and poor people and nations? The four parts of this book explore various aspects of political socialization and its relationship with different media, including print, broadcasting, and the Internet.

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