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Contents Acknowledgements Introduction: Snapshots from a Revolt PART I: POLITICS AND PARTICIPATION ON THE WEB 1. Democracy, Participation, and Media Connections 2. Force-fields of the Web Environment PART II: EVOLVING FORMS AND PRACTICES 3. Occupy Wall Street: Discursive Strategies and Fields 4. Online Public Intellectuals 5. Web Journalism and Civic Cosmopolitanism: Professional vs. Participatory Ideals PART III: CRITICAL APPROACHES 6. The Civic Subject and Media-Based Agency 7. Critical Media Research: Something Old, New, and Unfinished References
Peter Dahlgren is Professor Emeritus at the Department of Communication and Media at Lund University, Sweden. His work focuses on media and democracy, from the horizons of late modern social and cultural theory. His books include Media and Political Engagement (2009), Young People, ICTs and Democracy (2010) and The Political Web (2013).
"Dahlgren reflects with great clarity and insight upon forms of 'alternative' or 'extra-parliamentary' online political action. This is an under-studied theme and this book will contribute to the literature in ways that previous studies of the Internet and political democracy have not." - Stephen Coleman, University of Leeds, UK