Social Media and Everyday Politics
Auteur : Highfield Tim
In Social Media and Everyday Politics, Tim Highfield examines political talk as everyday occurrences on Twitter, Facebook, blogs, Tumblr, Instagram, and more. He considers the personal and the political, the serious and the silly, and the everyday within the extraordinary, as politics arises from seemingly banal and irreverent topics. The analysis features international examples and evolving practices, from French blogs to Vines from Australia, via the Arab Spring, Occupy, #jesuischarlie, Eurovision, #blacklivesmatter, Everyday Sexism, and #illridewithyou.
This timely book will be a valuable resource for students and scholars in media and communications, internet studies, and political science, as well as general readers keen to understand our contemporary media and political contexts
- List of Figures
- Introduction: Everyday Politics and Social Media
- Chapter One: Personal/Political
- Chapter Two: Political Rituals of Social Media
- Chapter Three: Media Politics
- Chapter Four: Breaking News, Scandals, and Crises
- Chapter Five: Collective and Connective Action
- Chapter Six: Partisan Politics and Politicians on Social Media
- Chapter Seven: The Everyday of Elections
- Conclusion: The Changing Face of Everyday Social Media and Everyday Politics
Date de parution : 04-2016
Ouvrage de 220 p.
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