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245 00 E-political socialization, the press and politics
       |h[electronic resource] :|bthe media and government in the
       USA, Europe and China /|cChrist'l De Landtsheer, Russell 
       F. Farnen, Daniel B. German, Henk Dekker, Heinz S√ľnker, 
       Yingfa Song, Hongna Miao (eds.). 
260    Frankfurt am Main :|bPeter Lang,|c[2014] 
300    372 pages ;|c22 cm. 
490 0  Labour, education & society ;|vvol.32. 
500    Includes index. 
505 0  Introduction -- Political socialization defined: setting 
       the context -- Youth, peer culture, and everyday political
       consciousness -- Politics, education, and paradigmatic 
       reconceptualism -- Media use in the United States -- 
       Participation friendliness of political websites -- 
       Empirical evaluation of government and websites -- The 
       internet upholds the powers that be -- Metaphors in 
       Euroland press -- Press reporting on the euro -- The 
       Ukraine media on the orange revolution -- Post-communist 
       media in Russia -- Media and terrorists -- Democracy and 
       virtual politics -- The electronic media deficit -- Does 
       the media reduce political participation? -- Implications 
       for e-media, the press, government, and politics in China.
650  0 Political socialization. 
650  0 Social media|xPolitical aspects. 
650  0 Mass media|xPolitical aspects. 
700 1  Landtsheer, Christ'l de. 
856 40 |uhttp://www.oapen.org/search?identifier=626976|zFull text
       available from KU Select 2016 
921    .