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This quantity units out to examine the relation among social media and politics through investigating the facility of the web and extra in particular social media, within the political and social discourse. the quantity collects unique study at the use of social media in political campaigns, electoral advertising, riots and social revolutions, offering a number case reviews from the world over in addition to theoretical and methodological contributions. Examples that discover using social media in electoral campaigns contain, for example, reviews at the use of Face ebook within the 2012 US presidential crusade and within the 2011 Turkish basic elections. the ultimate component to the booklet debates using Twitter and different internet 2.0 instruments in mobilizing humans for riots and revolutions, featuring and analysing fresh occasions in Istanbul and Egypt, between others.
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