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Die aktuellen Veröffentlichungen zum Thema Wahlkampf(x)

A tale of two e-parties: Candidate websites in the 2008 US presidential primaries

Vaccari, C. (2013). A tale of two e-parties: Candidate websites in the 2008 US presidential primaries. Party Politics, 19(1), 19-40.
Vaccari, C.
Party Politics, 19 (1), (S. 19-40).
2013

The Internet has become a relevant campaign tool in the United States and the 2008 presidential elections have marked a turning point in the recognition of its potential. This study analyzed candidate websites during the 2008 presidential primaries through a quantitative coding frame supplemented by latent trait analysis and meta-analysis of coding frames employed by seven earlier studies.

Organization as an impediment to effective ICT campaigning: The Australian Greens, electronic campaigning and the 2010 federal election

Jackson, S. M. (2013). Organization as an impediment to effective ICT campaigning: The Australian Greens, electronic campaigning and the 2010 federal election. Information, Communication & Society, 16(1), 82–104.
Jackson, S. M.
Information, Communication & Society, 16 (1), (S. 82–104).
2013

Medien- und Kommunikationskanäle in Wahlkämpfen

Tenscher, J. (2012). Medien- und Kommunikationskanäle in Wahlkämpfen. Zeitschrift für Politikberatung, (4), 153-204.
Tenscher, J.
Zeitschrift für Politikberatung, (4), (S. 153-204).
2012

In Wahlkämpfen werden viele interpersonale und mediale Kanäle genutzt, um die Kommunikation zwischen den politischen ProtagonistInnen und WählerInnen herzustellen. Während sich die Wahlkampfforschung bislang vor allem mit der Frage beschäftigt hat, wie stark und über welche Kanäle die RezipientInnen in den Wahlkampf eingebunden sind, wird hier eine protagonistenorientierte Perspektive eingenommen.

The Mediatization of E-Campaigning: Evidence From German Party Websites in State, National, and European Parliamentary Elections 2002-2009

Schweitzer, E. J. (2012). The Mediatization of E-Campaigning: Evidence From German Party Websites in State, National, and European Parliamentary Elections 2002-2009. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 17(3), 283–302.
Schweitzer, E. J.
Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 17 (3), (S. 283–302).
2012

The rise of e-campaigning is often associated with its ability to circumvent journalistic principles of news selection and presentation. By this, parties and candidates are said to free themselves from the discretionary power of the mass media and to reach voters in an unfiltered way. This conventional wisdom is tested through a comparative content analysis of German party websites in state, national, and European parliamentary elections between 2002 and 2009.

The impact of identity and economic cues on citizens’ EU support: An experimental study on the effects of party communication in the run-up to the 2009 European Parliament elections

Maier, M., Adam, S., & Maier, J. (2012). The impact of identity and economic cues on citizens’ EU support: An experimental study on the effects of party communication in the run-up to the 2009 European Parliament elections. European Union Politics, 13(4), 580–603.
Maier, M., Adam, S., & Maier, J.
European Union Politics, 13 (4), (S. 580–603).
2012

In this article we seek to understand whether national parties have an impact on citizens’ EU support by publicly cueing Europe as a risk to or as an opportunity for the economy or identity.

Online Campaigning in Germany: The CDU Online Campaign for the General Election 2009 in Germany

Jungherr, A. (2012). Online Campaigning in Germany: The CDU Online Campaign for the General Election 2009 in Germany. German Politics, 21(3), 317–340.
Jungherr, A.
German Politics, 21 (3), (S. 317–340).
2012

The German election year 2009 saw the first attempts by political parties to include Web 2.0 services in their online campaigns. The 2009 election therefore offers the opportunity to examine how political parties outside the USA – where online campaigning has become commonplace – choose to use online tools in their campaigns. This paper examines the online campaign of the German Christian Democratic Union (CDU) with a special focus on the campaign’s use of Web 2.0 services.

Pressed into party support? Media influence on partisan attitudes during the 2005 UK general election campaign

Brandenburg, H., & van Egmond, M. (2012). Pressed into party support? Media influence on partisan attitudes during the 2005 UK general election campaign. British Journal of Political Science, 52, .
Brandenburg, H., & van Egmond, M.
British Journal of Political Science, 52 .
2012

This study reassesses the ability of the mass media to influence voter opinions directly. Combining data on media content with individuals’ assessments of British political parties during the 2005 general election campaign allows a test of newspapers’ persuasive influence in a way previously considered a ‘virtual impossibility’.

When burglar alarms sound, do monitorial citizens pay attention to them? The online news choices of journalists and consumers during and after the 2008 U.S. election cycle

Boczkowski, P. J., Mitchelstein, E., & Walter, M. (2012). When burglar alarms sound, do monitorial citizens pay attention to them? The online news choices of journalists and consumers during and after the 2008 U.S. election cycle. Political Communication, 29, 347–366.
Boczkowski, P. J., Mitchelstein, E., & Walter, M.
Political Communication, 29 (S. 347–366).
2012

This study examines whether there is a thematic gap between the stories that journalists display most prominently and the stories consumers read most frequently in six mainstream American news sites.

Parteien und Politiker in sozialen Netzwerken: Moderne Wahlkampfkommunikation bei der Bundestagswahl 2009

Unger, S. (2012). Parteien und Politiker in sozialen Netzwerken: Moderne Wahlkampfkommunikation bei der Bundestagswahl 2009 Wiesbaden: VS.
Unger, S.
313 Seiten, ISBN 978-3-531-19608-4,
Wiesbaden: VS 2012

Der Wahlkampf von Parteien und Politikern in sozialen Netzwerken wie Facebook oder studiVZ war zur Bundestagswahl 2009 als neues Phänomen in Deutschland zu beobachten.

The permanent campaign: New media, new politics

Elmer, G., Langlois, G., & McKelvey, F. (2012). The permanent campaign: New media, new politics New York: Peter Lang.
Elmer, G., Langlois, G., & McKelvey, F.
ISBN 978-1-4331-1606-3, 31,20 EUR
New York: Peter Lang 2012

From the social media-based 2008 Obama election campaign to the civic protest and political revolutions of the 2011 Arab Spring, the past few years have been marked by a widespread and complex shift in the political landscape, as the rise of participatory platforms – such as YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and blogs – have multiplied the venues for political communication and activism.

Superwahljahr 2009: Vergleichende Analysen aus Anlass der Wahlen zum Deutschen Bundestag und zum Europäischen Parlament

Tenscher, J. (2011). Superwahljahr 2009: Vergleichende Analysen aus Anlass der Wahlen zum Deutschen Bundestag und zum Europäischen Parlament VS: Springer.
Tenscher, J.
320 Seiten, ISBN 978-3-531-93220-0,
VS: Springer 2011

Im Superwahljahr 2009 standen Parteien, Massenmedien und Wähler unter besonderem Kommunikationsstress. Eine Vielzahl von Wahlkampagnen auf kommunaler, regionaler, nationaler und europäischer Ebene wurde seitens der politischen Akteure in enger zeitlicher Abfolge geplant, koordiniert und mit dem Ziel inszeniert, die Wähler zur Stimmabgabe zu mobilisieren.

The political blogosphere and the 2004 U.S. election: Divided they blog

Adamic, L. A., & Glance, N. (2005). The political blogosphere and the 2004 U.S. election: Divided they blog. Association for Computing Machinery, 11th ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, Chicago, IL
Adamic, L. A., & Glance, N.
Association for Computing Machinery, 11th ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
Chicago, IL: 2005