Literatur zum Forschungsthema

Die aktuellen Veröffentlichungen zum Thema Mobilisierung(x)

Die aktuellen Veröffentlichungen zum Thema Mobilisierung(x)

Why mobilize support online: The paradox of party behaviour online

Cardenal, A. S. (2013). Why mobilize support online: The paradox of party behaviour online. Party Politics, 19(1), 83–103.
Cardenal, A. S.
Party Politics, 19 (1), (S. 83–103).
2013

The internet offers opportunities for political mobilization that parties are under-exploiting. Drawing on the rational choice approach to party behaviour, this paper builds an argument for why this is the case.

Why mobilize support online? The paradox of party behaviour online

Cardenal, A. S. (2013). Why mobilize support online? The paradox of party behaviour online. Party Politics, 19(1), 83-103.
Cardenal, A. S.
Party Politics, 19 (1), (S. 83-103).
2013

The internet offers opportunities for political mobilization that parties are under-exploiting. Drawing on the rational choice approach to party behaviour, this paper builds an argument for why this is the case. I argue that if parties are not using new media to mobilize support, it is because the benefits of using it are uncertain while there are very certain costs – communicational and organizational – involved in the decision.

The MoveOn effect: The unexpected transformation of American political advocacy

Karpf, D. (2012). The MoveOn effect: The unexpected transformation of American political advocacy New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Karpf, D.
256 Seiten, ISBN 978-0199898381,
New York, NY: Oxford University Press 2012

The Internet is facilitating a generational transition within America’s advocacy group system. New “netroots” political associations have arisen in the past decade and play an increasingly prominent role in citizen political mobilization. At the same time, the organizations that mediate citizen political engagement and sustained collective action are changing.