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How the Internet Affects Political Communication of Individuals - A Longitudinal Survey of Onliners and Offliners
Unformatted Document Text:  ICA-6-10602 12 6. Bibliography Brown, Ronald H.; Barram, David J.; Irving, Larry (1995): Falling through the Net I Available: http://www.ntia.doc.gov/ntiahome/fallingthru.html Cooper, M., & G. Kimmelman (1999, February). The digital divide confronts the Telecommunications Act of 1996: Economic reality versus public policy. Yonkers, NY: Consumers Union. Available: http://www.consunion.org/other/telecom4-0299.htm Finn, S. (1997). Origins of media exposure: Linking personality traits to TV, radio, print and film use. Communication Research, 24, 507-529. Grossman, Lawrence K. (1995). The Electronic Republic. Reshaping Democracy in the Information Age. New York: Viking. Hoffman, D. L., Novak, T. P., & Chatterjee, P. (1995). Commercial scenarios for the Web: Opportunities and challenges. Journal of Computer-MediatedCommunication [On-line], 1 (3). Available: http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol1/issue3/hoffman.html Irving, Larry; Levy, Kelly Klegar (1999): Falling through the Net [III] - Defining the Digital Divide. Online im Internet unter http://www.ntia.doc.gov/ntiahome/fttn99/contents.html [12.6.2001] Katz, J., & Aspden, P. (1997, October). Motivations for and barriers to Internet usage: results of a national public opinion survey. Paper presented at the 24th Annual Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, Solomons, Maryland. Lazarsfeld, Paul F./Berelson, Bernhard/Gaudet, Hazel (1944). The People´s Choice. How the Voter Makes Up His Mind in a Presidential Campaign. New York. McConnaughey, J. W., & Lader, W. (1998, July 28). Falling through the Net II: New data on the digital divide. National Telecommunications and Information Administration: United States Department of Commerce. Online im Internet unter: http://www.ntia.doc.gov/ntiahome/net2/falling.html [12.6.2001] Morris, Dick (1999): Vote.com. Los Angeles. Noelle-Neumann, Elisabeth (1974). Wahlentscheidung in der Fernsehdemokratie. Eine sozialpsychologische Interpretation der Bundestagswahl 1972. In: Just, Dieter/Romain, Lothar (Hrsg.). Auf der Suche nach dem mündigen Wähler. Die Wahlentscheidung 1972 und ihre Konsequenzen. Bonn, 161-205. Norris, Pippa (2000). A Virtuous Circle: Political Communications in Postindustrial Societies. Cambridge, New York, Oakleigh u.a.: Cambridge University Press. Norris, Pippa (2001). Digital Divide: Civic Engagement, Information Poverty, And The Internet Worldwide. Cambridge, New York, Oakleigh u.a.: Cambridge University Press. Perse, E. M. & Dunn, D. G. (1998). The utility of home computers and media use: Implications of multimedia and connectivity. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 42, 435-456. Rheingold, Howard (1994). The virtual community. New York. Robinson, Michael J. (1976). Public affairs television and the growth of political malaise: The case of "The selling of the Pentagon". In: American Political Science Review 70: 409-432.

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Brown, Ronald H.; Barram, David J.; Irving, Larry (1995): Falling through the Net I
Available: http://www.ntia.doc.gov/ntiahome/fallingthru.html
Cooper, M., & G. Kimmelman (1999, February). The digital divide confronts the
Telecommunications Act of 1996: Economic reality versus public policy. Yonkers, NY:
Consumers Union. Available: http://www.consunion.org/other/telecom4-0299.htm
Finn, S. (1997). Origins of media exposure: Linking personality traits to TV, radio, print and
film use. Communication Research, 24, 507-529.
Grossman, Lawrence K. (1995). The Electronic Republic. Reshaping Democracy in the
Information Age. New York: Viking.
Hoffman, D. L., Novak, T. P., & Chatterjee, P. (1995). Commercial scenarios for the Web:
Opportunities and challenges. Journal of Computer-MediatedCommunication [On-line], 1 (3).
Available: http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol1/issue3/hoffman.html
Irving, Larry; Levy, Kelly Klegar (1999): Falling through the Net [III] - Defining the Digital
Divide. Online im Internet unter http://www.ntia.doc.gov/ntiahome/fttn99/contents.html
[12.6.2001]
Katz, J., & Aspden, P. (1997, October). Motivations for and barriers to Internet usage: results
of a national public opinion survey. Paper presented at the 24th Annual Telecommunications
Policy Research Conference, Solomons, Maryland.
Lazarsfeld, Paul F./Berelson, Bernhard/Gaudet, Hazel (1944). The People´s Choice. How the
Voter Makes Up His Mind in a Presidential Campaign. New York.
McConnaughey, J. W., & Lader, W. (1998, July 28). Falling through the Net II: New data on
the digital divide. National Telecommunications and Information Administration: United
States Department of Commerce. Online im Internet unter:
http://www.ntia.doc.gov/ntiahome/net2/falling.html [12.6.2001]
Morris, Dick (1999): Vote.com. Los Angeles.
Noelle-Neumann, Elisabeth (1974). Wahlentscheidung in der Fernsehdemokratie. Eine
sozialpsychologische Interpretation der Bundestagswahl 1972. In: Just, Dieter/Romain, Lothar
(Hrsg.). Auf der Suche nach dem mündigen Wähler. Die Wahlentscheidung 1972 und ihre
Konsequenzen. Bonn, 161-205.
Norris, Pippa (2000). A Virtuous Circle: Political Communications in Postindustrial Societies.
Cambridge, New York, Oakleigh u.a.: Cambridge University Press.
Norris, Pippa (2001). Digital Divide: Civic Engagement, Information Poverty, And The
Internet Worldwide. Cambridge, New York, Oakleigh u.a.: Cambridge University Press.
Perse, E. M. & Dunn, D. G. (1998). The utility of home computers and media use:
Implications of multimedia and connectivity. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 42,
435-456.
Rheingold, Howard (1994). The virtual community. New York.
Robinson, Michael J. (1976). Public affairs television and the growth of political malaise: The
case of "The selling of the Pentagon". In: American Political Science Review 70: 409-432.


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