[Air-l] political blogging

Elizabeth Van Couvering e.j.van-couvering at lse.ac.uk
Fri Feb 24 04:12:32 PST 2006

Surely Matt Hindman is at ASU?  I just heard a very interesting paper  
he gave at Oxford about political blogs.

On 23 Feb 2006, at 23:58, Greg Wise wrote:

> Hi folks,
> I just got an inquiry from a reporter with the Arizona Republic who is
> doing a story on political blogging, especially with local politicians
> starting blogs, and what impact this has or may have on upcoming
> elections (for example, who is reading these blogs? Are new
> constituencies entering into the political debate because of these
> blogs?). I haven't been tracking political blogs and so am not  
> familiar
> with the current research on this. If anyone is looking into this,  
> feel
> free to contact the reporter directly:  Pat Flannery
> pat.flannery at arizonarepublic.com
> Cheers,
> Greg
> Dr. J. Macgregor Wise
> Chair and Associate Professor
> Department of Communication Studies
> Arizona State University
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Elizabeth Van Couvering
PhD Student
Department of Media & Communications
London School of Economics and Political Science
e.j.van-couvering at lse.ac.uk

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