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2013 Annual Meeting Program

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Information Technology and Politics
40-5   The Language of Politics in the New Media

Date: Saturday, Aug 31, 2013, 10:15 AM-12:00 PM  
Location: Room assignments are pending. Check back soon for room assignments. Only those registered for the meeting can view room assignments. Subject to change. Check the Final Program at the conference.
 
 
Chair(s): Alexander Siedschlag
Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg, [email protected]
Author(s):
Leading the Opinion Leaders? How the Public's Twitter Reactions to Live Debates Influences Opinion Leaders 
Benjamin Sayre
University of Wisconsin, Madison, [email protected]
  JungHwan Yang
  University of Wisconsin-Madison, [email protected]
Campaign Tweets: Cognitive Mobilization or Partisan Mobilization 
Michael J. Jensen
University of Canberra, [email protected]
From the Fireside Chats to the First Political Tweet: The Origin and Diffusion of Political Communication Innovations from the Radio to the Internet  [Download Paper]
Ben Epstein
DePaul University, [email protected]
Tempering extremism: a longitudinal analysis of polarizing language surrounding November 2012  [Download Paper]
Matthew A. Shapiro
Illinois Institute of Technology
  Libby Hemphill
  Illinois Institute of Technology, [email protected]
  Jahna Otterbacher
  Illinois Institute of Technology, [email protected]
Discussant(s): Ben Epstein
DePaul University, [email protected]
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