Wring, Dominic and Horrocks, Ivan
(2001). Virtual hype? New media and the transformation of political parties and party systems.
In: Axford, Barrie and Huggins, Richard eds.
New Media and Politics.
London, UK: Sage, pp. 191–209.
The proposition that the so-called 'new' media pose both opportunities and threats for democracy has a relatively long and well established history. Framed within the crisis of democracy thesis this chapter examines the role media technologies (i.e. information and communication technologies) have played and could play in reinventing political parties.
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||New technology and democracy; the crises of democracy; political parties; democracy.
||Mathematics, Computing and Technology > Computing & Communications
||28 Sep 2007
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