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Communication Yearbook 36 maintains the culture of publishing state-of-the-discipline literature reports and essays. Editor Charles T. Salmon offers a quantity that's hugely overseas and interdisciplinary in scope, with authors and chapters representing the large international pursuits of the overseas verbal exchange organization. The contents comprise summaries of verbal exchange study courses that characterize the main leading edge paintings at present, with the world over well known students serving as respondents to every bankruptcy. delivering a mix of chapters emphasizing well timed disciplinary issues and enduring theoretical questions, this quantity may be invaluable to students all through verbal exchange studies.

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Communication Yearbook 36

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Thus, Weber, Loumakis, and Bergman (2003) conclude that “there may be something about Internet participation that mobilizes citizens into political life” (p. 38), and Johnson and Kaye The Dissonant Self 19 (2003) that the “web politically empowers individuals” (p. 28; see also Shah, Cho, Eveland, & Kwak, 2005; Tolbert & McNeal, 2003). , Davis, 1999, p. 168; Uslaner, 2004). For instance, Bimber (2001) concluded from his empirical study on the influence of the Internet on political participation that there “is very little to show for this otherwise remarkable technological phenomenon in terms of aggregate political engagement” (p.

In the case of (de-)mobilization effects we have first to ask the question as to which motivational components could be of interest for this reciprocal causal process. In a study on causal explanations for information patterns—that did not have political mobilization or demobilization in its primary focus—Strömbäck and Shehata (2010) looked at the role of political interest for exposure. By means of a three-wave panel analysis during the 2006 Swedish elections they investigated how exposure to the news affected the respondents’ interest in politics and public affairs, and conversely, how such political interest affected exposure to the news.

28; see also Shah, Cho, Eveland, & Kwak, 2005; Tolbert & McNeal, 2003). , Davis, 1999, p. 168; Uslaner, 2004). For instance, Bimber (2001) concluded from his empirical study on the influence of the Internet on political participation that there “is very little to show for this otherwise remarkable technological phenomenon in terms of aggregate political engagement” (p. 64). , Bimber, 2003; Bonfadelli, 2002; Davis, 1999). For instance, Poindexter and McCombs (2001) have confirmed their finding from the early eighties (McCombs & Poindexter, 1983) about the relationship between the duty to keep informed and exposure to political news.

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