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Digital policy communication

Among other things, this book answers the question of how and for what purposes Web 2.0 applications are already being used in the political system and which potentials have not yet been exhausted. In addition to the websites and social media strategies of the political parties, the focus is also on state institutions and civil protest movements. In addition, the possibility of further shifts from the public to virtuality with its opportunities and risks will be discussed. Central aspects are the structure, scope and effects of the ever more extensive use of digital media for politics, not only in systemic crises but also in everyday democratic politics.

The content
Digital mediation of politics and political communication - Digital mediation of politics and the public - Digital mediation of politics and participation - Digital mediation of politics and perspectives

The target groups
Lecturers and students of media and communication studies as well as political science

The publishers
Dr. Mike Friedrichsen is Professor of Media Business and Media Innovation at Stuttgart Media University. He is Founding President of the HMBS Business School in Berlin, Executive Director at MBTC Media Berlin and Research Director at the Institute for Media Business in Stuttgart.

Roland A. Kohn, M.A., is Vice President and Board Member of the non-partisan "Association of Former Members of the German Bundestag and the European Parliament e.V." in Berlin.

Keywords

Digital Media Digital Politics Mediation Political Communication Political Participation Protest Movement Social Media
  • Mike Friedrichsen
  • Roland A. Kohn
  1. 1.StuttgartGermany
  2. 2.Kirchheim / WeinstrasseGermany

About the editors

Dr. Mike Friedrichsen has been Professor of Media Business and Media Innovation at Stuttgart Media University since 2007 (course in business informatics and digital media); In addition, he is head of the Humboldt Media Business School at the Humboldt University of Berlin and director of the Media Business Transfer Center Berlin. Roland A. Kohn, M.A., has been Vice President and Board Member of the non-partisan "Association of Former Members of the German Bundestag and the European Parliament e.V." in Berlin.

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