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Political Blogging and the Virtual Public Sphere

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Christina Ceisel

on 26 November 2018

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Transcript of Political Blogging and the Virtual Public Sphere

Political Blogging and the Virtual Public Sphere
form of online democracy
how does it (re)envision civic engagement and journalism?
Does online participation boost active civil engagement?
Features of blogs:
Virtual,networked space

Conversation

Authorial subjectivity

Low barrier to entry

A potentially democratizing force
Concerns:

language barrier

media literacy

echo chamber

digital divide

Lack of diversity among bloggers

divergences in communicative and cultural traditions--one global public sphere needs a unified language


Internet is shaped by forms of use

https://www.ted.com/talks/evan_williams_on_listening_to_twitter_users
Political realities still matter

Internet complements face to face interaction

http://www.democracynow.org/2011/2/7/media_crackdown_democracy_now_s_sharif
Citizen Journalism


Citizen Journalism / Professional Journalism
https://www.ted.com/talks/bruno_torturra_got_a_smartphone_start_broadcasting

https://www.ted.com/talks/markham_nolan_how_to_separate_fact_and_fiction_online


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