Harvard Political Review and Politics 2.0

August 6, 2008 at 11:21 am Leave a comment

Good to see the Harvard Political Review’s online edition turning its attention to the impact of digital on politics.

Interesting point raised in the article – does the use of digital in campaigning encourage undue focus on senstionalist and controversial issues (i.e. misspeaking Clintons, Obama’s pastor etc) at the expense of discussion about substantive policy issues?

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