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A Study of New Communication Technologies and Civic Engagement : A Time to Reconceptualize the Research Constructs?
Unformatted Document Text:  21 References Abramson, P.R., and Inglehart, R. (1995). Value change in global perspective. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Bennett, Lance W. 1998. "The Uncivic Culture: Communication, Identity and the Rise of Lifestyle Politics." PS: Political Science and Politics 31(4): 741-759. Bimber, Bruce. 2000. “The Study of Information Technology and Civic Engagement.” Symposium on Communication and Civic Engagement. Political Communication 28(4): 329-334. Coleman, J.S. (1990). Foundations of social theory. Cambridge, UK: Belknap Press. Dahlgren, Peter. 2001. “The Public Sphere and the Net: Structure, Space and Communication.” In Bennett, Lance W. and Robert M. Entman (eds.) Mediated politics: Communication in the future of democracy. New York: Cambridge University Press. Entman, Robert M. 2001. “Transition to an IP Environment”. A report of the Fifteenth Annual Aspen Institute Conference on Telecommunication Policy. Fiorina, Morris. 1999. “Extreme Voices: A Dark Side of Civic Engagement.” In Skocpol, Theda and Morris P. Fiorina (eds). Civic engagement in American democracy.Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution Press. Fischer, Claude S. 1992. America calling. University of California Press Inglehart, Ronald. (1990). Culture shift in advanced industrial society. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Katz, James E., Ronald E. Rice and Philip Aspden. 2001. “The Internet 1995-2000: Access, Civic Involvement, and Social Interaction.” A paper presented at 29 th the Annual Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, Alexandria, Virginia. Kestnbaum, Meyer. 2001. “Historical Dimensions.” In Ferrigno-Stack, Josephine and John P. Robinson. The Internet and Society: A Summary Report of Presentations. First Annual WebShop, University of Maryland.

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References
Abramson, P.R., and Inglehart, R. (1995). Value change in global perspective. Ann
Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Bennett, Lance W. 1998. "The Uncivic Culture: Communication, Identity and the Rise of
Lifestyle Politics." PS: Political Science and Politics 31(4): 741-759.
Bimber, Bruce. 2000. “The Study of Information Technology and Civic Engagement.”
Symposium on Communication and Civic Engagement. Political Communication
28(4): 329-334.
Coleman, J.S. (1990). Foundations of social theory. Cambridge, UK: Belknap Press.
Dahlgren, Peter. 2001. “The Public Sphere and the Net: Structure, Space and
Communication.” In Bennett, Lance W. and Robert M. Entman (eds.) Mediated
politics: Communication in the future of democracy.
New York: Cambridge
University Press.
Entman, Robert M. 2001. “Transition to an IP Environment”. A report of the Fifteenth
Annual Aspen Institute Conference on Telecommunication Policy.
Fiorina, Morris. 1999. “Extreme Voices: A Dark Side of Civic Engagement.” In Skocpol,
Theda and Morris P. Fiorina (eds). Civic engagement in American democracy.
Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution Press.
Fischer, Claude S. 1992. America calling. University of California Press
Inglehart, Ronald. (1990). Culture shift in advanced industrial society. Princeton:
Princeton University Press.
Katz, James E., Ronald E. Rice and Philip Aspden. 2001. “The Internet 1995-2000:
Access, Civic Involvement, and Social Interaction.” A paper presented at 29
th
the
Annual Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, Alexandria, Virginia.
Kestnbaum, Meyer. 2001. “Historical Dimensions.” In Ferrigno-Stack, Josephine and
John P. Robinson. The Internet and Society: A Summary Report of Presentations.
First Annual WebShop, University of Maryland.


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