Presidential Campaigning in the Internet Age
The School of Information Studies (iSchool) and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs are co-sponsoring a talk by iSchool Associate Professor Jennifer Stromer-Galley.
As the plugged-in presidential campaign has arguably reached maturity, PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNING IN THE INTERNET AGE, challenges popular claims about the democratizing effect of Digital Communication Technologies (DCTs).
Analyzing campaign strategies, structures, and tactics from the past five presidential election cycles, Stromer-Galley reveals how, for all their vaunted inclusivity and tantalizing promise of increased two-way communication between candidates and the individuals who support them, DCTs have done little to change the fundamental dynamics of campaigns.
Talk begins at 3:30 PM, with reception to follow at 4:30 PM.
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