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by Peter Dahlgren

ePub Media and Political Engagement: Citizens, Communication and Democracy (Communication, Society and Politics) download
Author:
Peter Dahlgren
ISBN13:
978-0521821018
ISBN:
0521821010
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Publisher:
Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (February 23, 2009)
Subcategory:
Politics & Government
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Dahlgren's Media and Political Engagement is one such book. In this important book, Peter Dahlgren shows how the new media context has now changed the dynamics of how citizens use media to advance the democratic project.

Dahlgren's Media and Political Engagement is one such book. Truly impressive in its scope, wise and forward-looking in its assessment of many tangled disputes in political theory and sociology, new media and popular culture, Dahlgren's book offers a convincing and original model of civic culture, articulating brilliantly the multiple cultural and social roots of political participation.

CitizenshipPeter Dahlgren, Media and Political Engagement: Citizens, Communication, and Engagement. The craft of democracy – the struggle for common life – requires inventing new ways of creating authority and objectivity amongst silenced voices, truths and experiences.

Article in The International Journal of Press/Politics 15(3):362-370 · July 2010 with 24 Reads. Cite this publication.

As long as audiences are not fragmented to the point of being exposed to like-minded people only (Dahlgren 2009) and arguments about European integration and the EU are made with sufficient clarity about what exactly is demanded and why (Morgan 2005), politicisation can function as a process supporting the legitimation rather than delegitimation of the EU polity (Rauh & Zürn 2013).

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One of the most difficult problems facing Western democracy today is the decline in citizens' political engagement. There are many elements that contribute to this, including fundamental socio-cultural changes. In particular, it examines the new interactive electronic media in terms of their civic potential.

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Communication, Society and Politics. Cambridge University Press.

In particular, it examines the new interactive electronic media in terms of their civic potential. Communication, Society and Politics.

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One of the most difficult problems facing Western democracy today is the decline in citizens' political engagement. There are many elements that contribute to this, including fundamental socio-cultural changes. The book summarizes these contexts and situates itself within them, while focusing on the media's key role in shaping the character of civic engagement. In particular, it examines the new interactive electronic media in terms of their civic potential. Looking at the evolution of the media landscape, the book interrogates key notions such citizenship, public sphere, agency, identity, deliberation, and practice, and offers a multi-dimensional analytic framework called 'civic cultures'. This framework is then applied to several settings, including television, popular culture, journalism, the EU, and global activism, to illuminate the role of the media in deflecting and enhancing political engagement, as well as in contributing to new forms of political involvement and new understandings of what constitutes the political.