The first funded scholarship from the Center for Political Communication, Civic Engagement 2.0
examines the role of the Internet in political discourse. Faculty from UD's Departments of Communication and Political Science and International Relations team up to examine the ways people participate online and how they perceive these activities. They also created a unique web survey to look at the role of emotional appeals on candidate web sites. The results will be presented at a special event November 9, as well as conferences throughout the next year. For more information, contact Lindsay Hoffman.
First year funding for this project was provided by a grant from the Unidel Foundation to the UD College of Arts and Sciences' Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center.
Is there an enthusiasm gap between Republicans and Democrats online?
How active are young people in online politics?
Who has the loudest voice online?
How much to you pay attention to public affairs info?
What do you do online that’s politically engaged?
What do you do offline that’s politically engaged?
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