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留学生英语论文写作推荐阅读:


Blumler, J.G. (1997) ‘Origins of the Crisis of Communication for Citizenship’, Political Communication, 14,  395-404 and/or Livingstone, S. and  Lunt,  P. (1994)

Talk on Television: Audience Participation and Public Debate, London,  Routledge and/or Dahlgren P. (2009)

Media and Political Engagement: Citizens, Communication, and. Democracy, Cambridge University Press and/or chapters 1, 2 and 6 of Coleman, S. and Ross, K. (2010)

Coleman in  Quah, D., Silverstone, R. ,  Mansell, R. and Avgerou, C., eds, (2007) The Oxford Handbook of Information and Communication Technologies,  Oxford University Press

Chadwick, A., (2003) ‘Bringing E-Democracy Back In: Why it Matters for Future Research on E-Governance’, Social Science Computer Review, 21, November, 443 – 455 and Bohman, J., (2004)

‘Expanding dialogue: The Internet, the public sphere and prospects for transnational democracy’, The Sociological Review, 52(1) and chapter 5 of Coleman, S. and Ross, K. (2010) The Media and the Public, Wiley-Blackwell.

Coleman and Blumler – set text (2009), introduction.

Andrews, G., (ed.) (1991) Citizenship, London, Lawrence & Wishart

Bang, H. and Sorensen, E. (2000) ‘The Everyday Maker: Building political rather than social capital’ in P.Dekker & E. Uslaner eds, Social Capital and Participation in Every Day Life. London, Routledge,. 148-161.

Beiner, R. (1995) Theorising Citizenship, NY: SUNY Press

Buckingham, D.(2000) The making of citizens: young people, news and politics, Taylor and Francis
         
Crick, B., (2000) Essays on Citizenship, Continuum                           

Crick, B. (1998) Education for citizenship and the teaching of democracy in schools, Qualifications & Curriculum Authority

Glasser, T. and Salmon, C., eds. (1995) Public Opinion and the Communication of Consent, NY: Guilford Press,

Lister, M. (2005) 'Marshall-ing' Social and Political Citizenship: Towards a Unified Conception of Citizenship’, Government and Opposition 40(4): 471-491

Negt, O.and Kluge, A. (1993) Public Sphere and Experience, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press

Noelle-Neumann, E. (1984) The spiral of silence: public opinion: our social skin, Chicago

Oliver, D. and Heater, D. (1994) Foundation of Citizenship, London, Harvester Wheatsheaf
         
Sassen, S. (2003) ‘The Repositioning of Citizenship: Emergent Subjects and Spaces for Politics’, The New Centennial Review 3(2):41-66

Turner, B. (1990) ‘Outline of a Theory of Citizenship’, Sociology, 24(2):189-217 

Young, I.M. (1989) ‘Polity and Group Difference: A Critique of the Ideal of Universal Citizenship’, Ethics, 99(2):250-274

Coleman, S. and Ross, K. (2010) The Media and the Public: ‘them’ and ‘us’ in media discourse, Wiley-Blackwell – chapters 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6

Blumler, J.G. (1997) ‘Origins of the Crisis of Communication for Citizenship’, Political Communication, 14,  395-404.

Blumler, Jay G. and Gurevitch, Michael (1995) Crisis of Public Communication, London: Routledge

Coleman, S., Anthony, S. and Morrison, D.E. (2009) Public Trust in the News. A constructivist study of the social life of the news Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

Couldry, N., Livingstone, S.  & T. Markham., (2006) Media Consumption and Political Engagement: Beyond the Presumption of Attention

Dahlgren, P. (1995) Television and the Public Sphere: Citizenship, Democracy and the Media, London: Sage

Doob, L.W. (1949) Public Opinion and Propaganda,  New York

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Glasser, T. and Salmon, C. (1995) Public Opinion and the Communication of Consent, Guilford Press

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Norris, P., (2004) ‘A Virtuous Circle? The Impact of Political Communications in Post-Industrial Democracies’, PSA Yearbook.

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Coleman, S. and Ross, K. (2010) The Media and the Public: ‘them’ and ‘us’ in media discourse, Wiley-Blackwell – chapter 5

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Bimber, B. (2003) Information and American Democracy: Technology in the Evolution of Political Power  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Blumler, Jay G. and Coleman, S. (2001) Realising Democracy Online: A Civic Commons in Cyberspace, London: Institute for Public Policy Research (Downloadable from http://www.citizensonline.org.uk/site/media/documents/925_Realising%20Democracy%20Online.pdf

Bohman, J., (2004) ‘Expanding dialogue: The Internet, the public sphere and prospects for transnational democracy’, The Sociological Review, 52(1)

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Chadwick, A., (2003) ‘Bringing E-Democracy Back In: Why it Matters for Future Research on E-Governance’, Social Science Computer Review, 21, November, 443 – 455.

Coleman, S.,  Taylor, J. &  van de Donk, W., (eds) (1999) Parliament in the age of the Internet, Oxford University Press

Coleman, S., (2004) ‘From service to commons: Re-inventing a space for public communication’, in Tambini D., & Cowling, J. (eds.), Public Service Communications, IPPR: London.

Coleman, S. (2005)  From The Ground Up: an evaluation of community-focused approaches to e-democracy, London, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister

Coleman, S. (2007) ‘Foundations of Digital Government: A Critical Introduction’ in Chen H. et al (eds) Digital Government:E-Government Research, Case Studies and Implementation, NY: Springer

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Dahlberg, L. (2001) ‘Democracy via cyberspace: Mapping the rhetorics and practices of three prominent camps’, New Media Society, 3, 157–177.

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Ferdinand, P. (2000) The Internet, Democracy and Democratization, London,

Gibson, R. &  Ward, S. (ed) (2000) Invigorating Democracy? Politics and the Internet, Ashgate

Gibson, R., Lusoli, W., & S. Ward., (2005) ‘Online Participation in the UK: Testing a ‘Contextualised’ Model of Internet Effects’, in BJIR

Hague, B. &  Loader, B., (eds) (1999) Digital Democracy, Routledge

Haque, M.S (2002) ‘E-governance in India: Its impacts on relations among citizens, politicians, and public servants’, International Review of Administrative Sciences, 231 – 250

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Hoff, J., Coleman S, Filmaier P. and Cardoso G. (2004) Editorial, Information Polity, 9(1):1-4

Hill, K. &  Hughes J.(1998) Cyberpolitics: Citizen Activism in the Age of the Internet, Rowman & Littlefield

Krueger, B.S. (2002) ‘Assessing the Potential of Internet Political Participation in the United States: A Resource Approach’, American Politics Research, 476 - 498.

La Porte, T.M., Demchak, C. C. & De Jong,M (2002 ) ‘Democracy and bureaucracy in the age of the web: empirical findings and theoretical speculations’, Administration & Society, 34(4):11-446

Loader, B., ed. (2007)  Young Citizens in the Digital Age: Young People, Citizenship, and ICTs London: Routledge.

Livingstone, S. (2004) ‘Media Literacy and the Challenge of New Information and Communication Technologies’, The Communications Review, 1(7):3-14

Macintosh, A, Robson, E., Smith, E. & Whyte, A. (2003 ) ‘Electronic Democracy and Young People’, Social Science Computer Review, 21(1): 43-54

Macintosh, A., White, A. and Renton, A. (2005) From the Top Down: an evaluation of e-democracy activities initiated by councils and government, London, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister

Margolis, M. and David Resnick, D. (2000)Politics as Usual: The “Cyberspace Revolution”, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications

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Rheingold, H. (1993) The Virtual Community: Homsteading on the Electronic Frontier, Reading, MA, Addison-Wesley

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Shah, D., Cho, J., Eveland, W. & N. Kwak, (2005) ‘Information and Expression in a Digital Age: Modelling Internet Effects on Civic Participation’, in Communications Research. 32(1):531-565

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Wellman, B. & Haase, A.Q. & Witte, J. & Hampton, K. (2001) ’Does the Internet Increase, Decrease, or Supplement Social Capital? Social Networks, Participation, and Community Commitment’, American Behavioral Scientist,  45(3): 436 - 455.

Wilhelm, A.G.(2000) Democracy in the Digital Age, Routledge


Coleman, S. and Gotze, J.(2001) Bowling Together: online public engagement in policy deliberation

Coleman, S. (2005) Direct Representation: Towards a Conversational Democracy, London: IPPR

Coleman, S. (2005) ‘The Lonely Citizen: indirect representation in an age of networks’, Political Communication,  22:2, April-June, 197-214

Coleman, S. (2004) ‘Connecting Parliament to the Public via the Internet: Two Case Studies of Online Consultations’, Information, Communication & Society, March 2004

Coleman, S. (2004) ‘Whose Conversation? Engaging the Public in Authentic Polylogue’, Political Quarterly, April 2004

Dahlberg, L. The Internet and Democratic Discourse: Exploring the Prospects of Online Deliberative Forums extending the Public Sphere, Information, Communication &  Society 4(4), 615-633.

Edwards, A. (2002) ‘The Moderator as an Emerging Democratic Intermediary: the role of the moderator in Internet Discussions about Public Issues’ Information Polity,  7: 3-20.

Morrison, J. and Newman, D. R. (2001) ‘On-line Citizenship: Consultation and Participation in New Labour’s Britain and Beyond’, International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, 15:2, 171-194

Stanley, J. W. & Weare, C. ( 2004) ‘The Effects of Internet Use on Political Participation: Evidence From an Agency Online Discussion Forum’, Administration Society, 36(5): 503 - 527.

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Zavestoski,S.,Shulman,S.and David Schlosberg, ‘Democracy and the Environment on the Internet: Electronic Citizen Participation in Regulatory Rulemaking’, ScienceTechnology & Human Values, 33(4):383-408 


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Boyd, D. (2006) ‘Friends, Friendsters and MySpace: Writing Community into Being on Social Network Sites’, First Monday. 11(12)
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Coleman, S. (2004) ‘Blogs and the new politics of listening’, Political Quarterly, 76(2):272-280

Coleman, S. and Moss, G. (2008) ‘Governing at a distance - politicians in the blogosphere’, Information Polity, 13(1/2):7-20

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Ellison, N., Steinfeld, C. and Lampe, C., (2007) ‘The Benefits of Facebook "Friends:" Social Capital and College Students' Use of Online Social Network Sites’ JCMC 12(4) Available at: http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol12/issue4/ellison.html

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