[Air-L] Discourse on Technology in Political Campaigns

Deen Freelon dfreelon at gmail.com
Fri Jul 19 06:49:09 PDT 2013


I've also found it difficult to find good work on tech discourse--the 
discourse itself is everywhere, but the second-order research is hard to 
find, in part because keyword searches tend to bring up mainly 
first-order stuff.

That said, Evgeny Morozov's the Net Delusion is quite good on this. His 
new book may be as well but I haven't yet read it.

There's also this, from awhile back but still good: Jordan, T. (2001). 
Language and libertarianism: The politics of cyberculture and the 
culture of cyberpolitics. The Sociological Review, 49(1), 1-17.

Finally, I've got a manuscript under review on a closely related topic 
(news discourses on tech in politics); if you're interested I can send 
you a copy. ~DEEN

On 7/19/2013 8:11 AM, Adam Fish wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
> I am presently writing on politicians, namely Gore and Obama, talking about
> the internet on the campaign trail. I am looking for citations for research
> on discourses on technology in politics.
> Any leads?
> Thank you.
> Best,
> Adam Fish, PhD
> Media and Cultural Studies
> Department of Sociology
> Lancaster University, UK, LA1 4YT
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Deen Freelon, Ph.D.
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