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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 S√ľnker, 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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Introduction -- Political socialization defined: setting the context -- Youth, peer culture, and everyday political consciousness -- Politics, education, and paradigmatic reconceptualism -- Media use in the United States -- Participation friendliness of political websites -- Empirical evaluation of government and websites -- The internet upholds the powers that be -- Metaphors in Euroland press -- Press reporting on the euro -- The Ukraine media on the orange revolution -- Post-communist media in Russia -- Media and terrorists -- Democracy and virtual politics -- The electronic media deficit -- Does the media reduce political participation? -- Implications for e-media, the press, government, and politics in China.

Table of Contents for: E-political socialization, the press and