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A Study of New Communication Technologies and Civic Engagement : A Time to Reconceptualize the Research Constructs?
Unformatted Document Text:  22 Marsden, Peter, 2001. Social Networks. In Ferrigno-Stack, Josephine and John P. Robinson. The Internet and Society: A Summary Report of Presentations. First Annual WebShop, University of Maryland. Norris, Pippa. 2000. A virtuous circle: Political communication in post-industrial societies. New York: Cambridge University Press. Norris, Pippa. 2001. Digital divide: Civic engagement, information poverty and the Internet worldwide. New York: Cambridge University Press. Putnam, Robert D. 1995. “Tuning In, Tuning Out: The Strange Disappearance of Social Capital in America.” PS: Political Science and Politics 27(4): 664-683. Putnam, Robert D. 2000. Bowling alone. New York: Touchstone. Ray, Marcella, R. 1999. “Technological Change and Associational Life”. In Skocpol, Theda and Morris P. Fiorina (eds). Civic engagement in American democracy.Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution Press. Sparks, Colin. 2001. “The Internet and the Global Public Sphere.” In Bennett, Lance W. and Robert M. Entman (eds.) Mediated politics: Communication in the future of democracy. New York: Cambridge University Press. Skocpol, Theda. 1999. “Advocates without Members: The Recent Transformation of American Civic Life.” In Skocpol, Theda and Morris P. Fiorina (eds). Civic engagement in American democracy. Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution Press. Skocpol, Theda and Morris P. Fiorina. 1999. “Making Sense of the Civic Engagement Debate.” In Skocpol, Theda and Morris P. Fiorina (eds). Civic engagement in American democracy. Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution Press. Sunstein, Cass 2001. Republic.com. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Tewksbury, David, Andrew J. Weaver, and Brett D. Maddex (2001). “Accidentally Informed: Incidental News Exposure on the World Wide Web.” Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 78(3): 533-554.

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Marsden, Peter, 2001. Social Networks. In Ferrigno-Stack, Josephine and John P.
Robinson. The Internet and Society: A Summary Report of Presentations. First
Annual WebShop, University of Maryland.
Norris, Pippa. 2000. A virtuous circle: Political communication in post-industrial
societies. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Norris, Pippa. 2001. Digital divide: Civic engagement, information poverty and the
Internet worldwide. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Putnam, Robert D. 1995. “Tuning In, Tuning Out: The Strange Disappearance of Social
Capital in America.” PS: Political Science and Politics 27(4): 664-683.
Putnam, Robert D. 2000. Bowling alone. New York: Touchstone.
Ray, Marcella, R. 1999. “Technological Change and Associational Life”. In Skocpol,
Theda and Morris P. Fiorina (eds). Civic engagement in American democracy.
Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution Press.
Sparks, Colin. 2001. “The Internet and the Global Public Sphere.” In Bennett, Lance W.
and Robert M. Entman (eds.) Mediated politics: Communication in the future of
democracy.
New York: Cambridge University Press.
Skocpol, Theda. 1999. “Advocates without Members: The Recent Transformation of
American Civic Life.” In Skocpol, Theda and Morris P. Fiorina (eds). Civic
engagement in American democracy
. Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution
Press.
Skocpol, Theda and Morris P. Fiorina. 1999. “Making Sense of the Civic Engagement
Debate.” In Skocpol, Theda and Morris P. Fiorina (eds). Civic engagement in
American democracy
. Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution Press.
Sunstein, Cass 2001. Republic.com. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Tewksbury, David, Andrew J. Weaver, and Brett D. Maddex (2001). “Accidentally
Informed: Incidental News Exposure on the World Wide Web.” Journalism and
Mass Communication Quarterly
78(3): 533-554.


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