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Social Media and European Politics : Rethinking Power and Legitimacy in the Digital Era.

By: Barisione, Mauro.
Contributor(s): Michailidou, Asimina.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Palgrave Studies in European Political Sociology: Publisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan Limited, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (324 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781137598905.Subject(s): Internet marketingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Social Media and European Politics : Rethinking Power and Legitimacy in the Digital EraDDC classification: 306.2 LOC classification: H1-970.9Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
"Social Media and European Politics" -- "Preface" -- "Acknowledgements" -- "Contents" -- "List of Abbreviations and Acronyms" -- "List of Figures" -- "List of Tables" -- "1 Do We Need to Rethink EU Politics in the Social Media Era? An Introduction to the Volume" -- "EU Politicisation and the Role of the Media" -- "EU Politicisation and Digital Media: Towards the Rise of Citizen Europeanism?" -- "Towards a Social Media Approach to Power in the EU" -- "References" -- "2 Social Media, Personalisation of News Reporting, and Media Systems’ Polarisation in Europe" -- "Political Parallelism, Social Media, and Journalists’ Self-Branding" -- "Research Design" -- "Data and Methods" -- "Results" -- "Conclusions" -- "References" -- "3 Engaging with European Politics Through Twitter and Facebook: Participation Beyond the National?" -- "The Participatory and Transnational Promises of Social Media" -- "Styles and Degrees of Engagement on Social Media" -- "Digital Architectures: The Technological Differences Between Facebook and Twitter" -- "European Politics on Facebook and Twitter: Factual, Partisan and Moral Content Illustrated" -- "Conclusion" -- "References" -- "4 A Digital Movement of Opinion? Contesting Austerity Through Social Media" -- "Towards a Theory of Digital Movements of Opinion" -- "The Research Setting: Europeanised Communications and the EU Election Campaign" -- "Data, Methods, and Hypotheses" -- "Results" -- "Conclusion" -- "Appendix" -- "References" -- "5 Building Contention Word-by-Word: Social Media Usage in the European Stop ACTA Movement" -- "The Stop ACTA Mobilisation" -- "Participatory Coordination and Informal Civic Learning" -- "Findings" -- "Conclusions" -- "References" -- "6 Campaigning for Gender Equality Through Social Media: The European Women’s Lobby" -- "Women’s Online Advocacy" -- "Social Media as an Advocacy Tool".
"The EWL’s Online Advocacy: Unfulfilled Potential?" -- "The Extent of the EWLs Social Media Use" -- "Discussion and Conclusion" -- "References" -- "7 A Framework for Evaluating European Social Media Publics: The Case of the European Parliament’s Facebook Page" -- "No Public Sphere Without a Public" -- "Conceptualising the Public on Social Media" -- "The Public as a Potential" -- "The Public as Content" -- "The Public as Discourse" -- "A Framework for Evaluating the European Public on Facebook" -- "Research Design and Hypotheses" -- "Mapping European Facebook Publics" -- "The Visible Public" -- "Attention" -- "Discursive Capacity" -- "Critical Function" -- "Identity" -- "Conclusions: A Polite European Facebook Public" -- "References" -- "8 Extreme Right, the Internet and European Politics in CEE Countries: The Cases of Slovakia and the Czech Republic" -- "The research: methods, sources and cases" -- "The Structure of Extreme Right Online Networks" -- "Extreme Right Discourses on European Integration" -- "Conclusion" -- "References" -- "9 Social Media as Propaganda Tools: The Greek Conservative Party and National Elections" -- "Social Media and Politics in Crisis’ Times" -- "Social Media and Electoral Campaigns" -- "The Background and the Sociopolitical Challenges of the January 2015 Elections in Greece and Europe" -- "Empirical Research and Frame Analysis" -- "The Catastrophe Frame" -- "The Conservative Frame: Anticommunism and Nationalism" -- "The Europeanist Frame: Stability, Competitiveness, Entrepreneurialism, Technocracy" -- "Slandering and the Caricaturing of Political Opponents" -- "Conclusions" -- "References" -- "10 Mediated Frustration and Self-Legitimation" -- "Crisis as Norm" -- "Handling Legitimacy Deficit" -- "‘Social’ Mediation" -- "Articulations of Frustration" -- "Loyalty: Co-Optation of Opposition".
"The ‘Social’ Exit" -- "Populist Voice" -- "Self-Legitimation" -- "Conclusion" -- "References" -- "11 Twitter, Public Engagement and the Eurocrisis: More than an Echo Chamber?" -- "The Role of Social Media in Crisis Communication" -- "Digital Media and the Eurocrisis: An Echo-Chamber for Blame-Games or Alternative Public Sphere?" -- "Conceptualising Public Engagement: Echo and Refraction on Social Media" -- "Method" -- "Sampling" -- "Findings" -- "Archive Profile" -- "Duplication and Sentiment" -- "Profiling of Top Influencers" -- "Discussion" -- "References" -- "12 Debating Responsibility on the Eurozone Crisis in Traditional Media Newspaper Reporting in Greece and Germany Under a Social Media Lens" -- "Conceptual Framework" -- "Inclusiveness of the Debate" -- "The Focus on Blame" -- "Transnational Links" -- "Differences Between Sets of Sources" -- "Discursive Actor Attribution Analysis" -- "Patterns of the Eurozone Crisis Debate 2009–2013" -- "Inclusiveness of the Debate" -- "Blaming Focus" -- "Transnational Communicative Links" -- "Lessons Learned" -- "References" -- "13 Erratum to: Engaging with European Politics Through Twitter and Facebook: Participation Beyond the National?".
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"Social Media and European Politics" -- "Preface" -- "Acknowledgements" -- "Contents" -- "List of Abbreviations and Acronyms" -- "List of Figures" -- "List of Tables" -- "1 Do We Need to Rethink EU Politics in the Social Media Era? An Introduction to the Volume" -- "EU Politicisation and the Role of the Media" -- "EU Politicisation and Digital Media: Towards the Rise of Citizen Europeanism?" -- "Towards a Social Media Approach to Power in the EU" -- "References" -- "2 Social Media, Personalisation of News Reporting, and Media Systems’ Polarisation in Europe" -- "Political Parallelism, Social Media, and Journalists’ Self-Branding" -- "Research Design" -- "Data and Methods" -- "Results" -- "Conclusions" -- "References" -- "3 Engaging with European Politics Through Twitter and Facebook: Participation Beyond the National?" -- "The Participatory and Transnational Promises of Social Media" -- "Styles and Degrees of Engagement on Social Media" -- "Digital Architectures: The Technological Differences Between Facebook and Twitter" -- "European Politics on Facebook and Twitter: Factual, Partisan and Moral Content Illustrated" -- "Conclusion" -- "References" -- "4 A Digital Movement of Opinion? Contesting Austerity Through Social Media" -- "Towards a Theory of Digital Movements of Opinion" -- "The Research Setting: Europeanised Communications and the EU Election Campaign" -- "Data, Methods, and Hypotheses" -- "Results" -- "Conclusion" -- "Appendix" -- "References" -- "5 Building Contention Word-by-Word: Social Media Usage in the European Stop ACTA Movement" -- "The Stop ACTA Mobilisation" -- "Participatory Coordination and Informal Civic Learning" -- "Findings" -- "Conclusions" -- "References" -- "6 Campaigning for Gender Equality Through Social Media: The European Women’s Lobby" -- "Women’s Online Advocacy" -- "Social Media as an Advocacy Tool".

"The EWL’s Online Advocacy: Unfulfilled Potential?" -- "The Extent of the EWLs Social Media Use" -- "Discussion and Conclusion" -- "References" -- "7 A Framework for Evaluating European Social Media Publics: The Case of the European Parliament’s Facebook Page" -- "No Public Sphere Without a Public" -- "Conceptualising the Public on Social Media" -- "The Public as a Potential" -- "The Public as Content" -- "The Public as Discourse" -- "A Framework for Evaluating the European Public on Facebook" -- "Research Design and Hypotheses" -- "Mapping European Facebook Publics" -- "The Visible Public" -- "Attention" -- "Discursive Capacity" -- "Critical Function" -- "Identity" -- "Conclusions: A Polite European Facebook Public" -- "References" -- "8 Extreme Right, the Internet and European Politics in CEE Countries: The Cases of Slovakia and the Czech Republic" -- "The research: methods, sources and cases" -- "The Structure of Extreme Right Online Networks" -- "Extreme Right Discourses on European Integration" -- "Conclusion" -- "References" -- "9 Social Media as Propaganda Tools: The Greek Conservative Party and National Elections" -- "Social Media and Politics in Crisis’ Times" -- "Social Media and Electoral Campaigns" -- "The Background and the Sociopolitical Challenges of the January 2015 Elections in Greece and Europe" -- "Empirical Research and Frame Analysis" -- "The Catastrophe Frame" -- "The Conservative Frame: Anticommunism and Nationalism" -- "The Europeanist Frame: Stability, Competitiveness, Entrepreneurialism, Technocracy" -- "Slandering and the Caricaturing of Political Opponents" -- "Conclusions" -- "References" -- "10 Mediated Frustration and Self-Legitimation" -- "Crisis as Norm" -- "Handling Legitimacy Deficit" -- "‘Social’ Mediation" -- "Articulations of Frustration" -- "Loyalty: Co-Optation of Opposition".

"The ‘Social’ Exit" -- "Populist Voice" -- "Self-Legitimation" -- "Conclusion" -- "References" -- "11 Twitter, Public Engagement and the Eurocrisis: More than an Echo Chamber?" -- "The Role of Social Media in Crisis Communication" -- "Digital Media and the Eurocrisis: An Echo-Chamber for Blame-Games or Alternative Public Sphere?" -- "Conceptualising Public Engagement: Echo and Refraction on Social Media" -- "Method" -- "Sampling" -- "Findings" -- "Archive Profile" -- "Duplication and Sentiment" -- "Profiling of Top Influencers" -- "Discussion" -- "References" -- "12 Debating Responsibility on the Eurozone Crisis in Traditional Media Newspaper Reporting in Greece and Germany Under a Social Media Lens" -- "Conceptual Framework" -- "Inclusiveness of the Debate" -- "The Focus on Blame" -- "Transnational Links" -- "Differences Between Sets of Sources" -- "Discursive Actor Attribution Analysis" -- "Patterns of the Eurozone Crisis Debate 2009–2013" -- "Inclusiveness of the Debate" -- "Blaming Focus" -- "Transnational Communicative Links" -- "Lessons Learned" -- "References" -- "13 Erratum to: Engaging with European Politics Through Twitter and Facebook: Participation Beyond the National?".

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