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Section 5

Works Consulted


Submitted by:
A.M. Burton

Submitted to:
School of Journalism and Communication, Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada),

in part completion of the requirements for the

Master of Journalism

September 2000

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SECTION 5

WORKS CONSULTED / BIBLIOGRAPHY

BOOKS

Barrett, Neil. The State of the Cybernation: Cultural, Political and Economic Implications of the Internet. London, UK: Kogan Page Limited, 1996, p. 258.

Bennett, Lance W. News: The Politics of Illusion (3rd ed.). White Plains, NY: Longman Publishers USA, 1996, p. 233.

Borden, Diane L. and Kerric Harvey (eds.). The Electronic Grapevine: Rumour, Reputation, and Reporting in the New On-Line Environment. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, 1998, p. 199.

Corrado, Anthony and Charles M. Firestone (eds.). Elections in Cyberspace: Toward a New Era in American Politics (A Report of The Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program and The American Bar Association Standing Committee on Election Law). Washington, DC: The Aspen Institute, 1996, p. 104.

Davis, Richard. The Web of Politics. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1999, pp. 225.

Davis, Richard and Diana Owen. New Media and American Politics. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1998, p. 304.

Downs, Anthony. An Economic Theory of Democracy. New York, NY: Harper and Row Publishers Inc., 1957, p. 310.

Dunleavy, Patrick. Democracy, Bureaucracy and Public Choice: Economic Explanations in Political Science. Hertfordshire, U.K.: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1991, p. 286.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Brendan O'Leary. Theories of the State: The Politics of Liberal Democracy. London, U.K.: The MacMillan Press Ltd., 1987, p. 382.

Frizzell, Alan and Jon H. Pammett (eds.). The Canadian General Election of 1997. Toronto, ON: Dundurn Press, 1997, p. 286.

Gutstein, Donald. e.con: How the Internet Undermines Democracy. Toronto, ON: Stoddart Publishing Co. Ltd., 1999, p. 320.

Hill, Kevin A. and John E. Hughes. Cyberpolitics: Citizen Activism in the Age of the Internet. Oxford, UK: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers Inc., 1998, p. 207.

Holmes, David (ed.). Virtual Politics: Identity and Community in Cyberspace. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications Inc., 1997, p. 248.

Iyengar, Shanto and Richard Reeves (eds.). Do the Media Govern? Politicians, Voters and Reporters in America. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications Inc., 1997, p. 463.

Kaid, Lynda Lee and Dianne G. Bystrom (eds.) The Electronic Election: Perspectives on the 1996 Campaign Communication. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, 1999, p. 415.

Koch, Tom. Journalism for the 21st Century: Online Information, Electronic Databases and the News. Westport CT: Praeger Publishers, 1991, p. 374.

Lichter, S. Robert and Richard E. Noyes. Good Intentions Make Bad News: Why Americans Hate Campaign Journalism (2nd ed.). Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers Inc., 1996, p. 324.

Mueller, Dennis C. Public Choice II: A Revised Edition of Public Choice. Cambridge: Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge, 1989, p. 518.

Norris, Pippa (ed.). Politics and the Press: the News Media and Their Influences. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc., 1997, p. 334.

Rash Jr., Wayne. Politics on the Nets: Wiring the Political Process. New York, NY: W.H Freeman and Company, 1997, p. 206.

Reddick, Randy and Elliot King. The Online Journ@list: Using the Internet and Other Electronic Resources (2nd ed). Toronto, ON: Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1997, p. 274.

Selnow, Gary W. Electronic Whistle-Stops: The Impact of the Internet on American Politics. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers, 1998, p. 221.

Shapiro, Andrew L. The Control Revolution: How the Internet is Putting Individuals in Charge and Changing the World We Know. New York, NY: PublicAffairs (a member of the Perseus Books Group), 1999, p. 286.

Sparrow, Bartholomew H. Uncertain Guardians: The News Media as a Political Institution. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999, pp. 277.

Van Loon, Richard and Michael Whittington. The Canadian Political System: Environment, Structure and Process (4th Edition). Toronto, ON: McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited, 1987, pp. 879.

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

Allen, Craig. "News Conferences on TV: Ike-Age Politics Revisited." Journalism Quarterly 70(1) 1993, pp. 13 - 25.

Althaus, Scott L. and David Tewksbury. "Patterns of Internet and Traditional News Media Use in a Networked Community." Political Communication 17(1) 2000, pp. 21 - 45.

Barnett, Steven. "New Media, Old Problems: New Technology and the Political Process." European Journal of Communication 12(2) 1997, pp. 193 - 218.

Bennett, W. Lance. "An Introduction to Journalism Norms and Representations of Politics." Political Communication 13(4) 1996, pp. 373 - 384.

Blumler, Jay G. and Dennis Kavanagh. "The Third Age of Political Communication: Influences and Features." Political Communication 16(3) 1999, pp. 209 - 230.

Bucy, Erik P. "Social Access to the Internet." Harvard International Journal of Press-Politics 5(1) 2000, pp. 50-61.

Cooper, Tom. "Journalism and the Seduction of Technology." Futures 26(1) 1994, pp. 102 - 106.

Dahlgren, Peter. "Media Logic in Cyberspace: Repositioning Journalism and Its Publics." Javnost - The Public 3(3) 1996, pp. 325-340.

Dulio, David A., Donald L. Goff and James A. Thurber. "Untangled Web: Internet Use During the 1998 Election." PS - Political Science & Politics 32(1) 1999, pp. 53- 59.

Eichenberger, Reiner and Angel Serna. "Random errors, dirty information, and politics." Public Choice 86(1-2) 1996, pp. 137 - 156.

Falk, Jim. "The Meaning of the Web." The Information Society 14(4) 1998, pp. 285 - 293.

Gibson, Rachel K. and Stephen J. Ward. "U.K. Political Parties and the Internet: Politics as Usual in the New Media?" Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 3(3) 1998, pp. 14 - 38.

Gordon, Andrew C. "Journalism and the Internet." Media Studies Journal 9(3) 1995, pp. 173 - 176.

Grossman, Lawrence K. "The Electronic Republic." Media Studies Journal 9(3) 1995, pp. 163 - 168.

Hall, Mark. "One-to-One Politics in Cyberspace." Media Studies Journal 11(1) 1997, pp. 97 - 103.

Hollifield, C. Ann. "The Specialized Business Press and Industry-Related Political Communication: A Comparative Study." Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 74(4) 1997, pp. 757 - 772.

Hurwitz, Roger. "Who Needs Politics? Who Needs People? The Ironies of Democracy in Cyberspace." Contemporary Sociology 28(6) 1999, pp. 655 - 661.

Husted, Thomas A., Lawrence W. Kenny and Rebecca B. Morton. "Constituent errors in assessing their senators." Public Choice 83(3-4) 1995, pp. 251 - 271.

Johnson, Dan. "The Internet Alters Politics." The Futurist 34(1) 2000, pp. 11.

Johnson, Thomas J., Mahmoud Braima and Jayanthi Sothirajah. "Doing the Traditional Media Sidestep: Comparing the Effects of the Internet and Other Nontraditional Media with Traditional Media in the 1996 Presidential Campaign." Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 76(1) 1999, pp. 99 - 123.

Johnson, Thomas J. and Barbara K. Kaye. "Cruising is Believing? Comparing Internet and Traditional Sources on Media Credibility Measures." Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 75(2) 1998, pp. 325 - 340.

Klotz, Robert and Anna Broome. "Discussion of Women's Issues in the 1996 Internet Campaign." Women and Politics 19(4) 1998, pp. 67-86.

Lupia, Arthur. The effect of information on voting behavior and electoral outcomes: An experimental study of direct legislation." Public Choice 78(1) 1994, pp. 65 - 86.

Margolis, Michael, David Resnick and Joel D. Wolfe. "Party Competition on the Internet in the United States and Britain." Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 4(4) 1999, pp. 24 - 47.

Massey, Brian L. and Mark R. Levy. "Interactivity, Online Journalism, and English-Language Web Newspapers in Asia." Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 76(1) 1999, pp. 138 - 151.

Matsusaka, John G. "Explaining voter turnout patterns: An information theory." Public Choice 84(1-2) 1995, pp. 91 - 117.

McCombs, Maxwell. "Building Consensus: The News Media's Agenda-Setting Roles." Political Communication 14(4) 1997, pp. 433 - 443.

McKinnon, Lori Melton, Lynda Lee Kaid, Janet Murphy and Cynthia K. Acree. "Policing Political Ads - An Analysis of Five Leading Newspapers Responses to 1992 Political Advertisements." Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 73(1) 1996, pp. 66 - 76.

Norris, Pippa. "The Internet in Europe: A new North-South Divide?" Harvard International Journal of Press-Politics 5(1) 2000, pp. 1-12.

O'Sullivan, Patrick B. and Seth Geiger. "Does the Watchdog Bite? Newspaper Ad Watch Articles and Political Attack Ads." Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 72(4) 1995, pp. 771 - 785.

Owen, Diana, Richard Davis and Vincent James Strickler. "Congress and the Internet." Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 4(2) 1999, pp. 10 - 29.

Palmer, R.R. "The World Revolution of the West." Political Science Quarterly LXIX 1954, pp. 1 - 14. Excerpted in Amann, Peter (ed.). Problems in European Civilization: The Eighteenth Century Revolution - French or Western? Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath and Company, 1963, p. 114.

Schaefer, Todd M. "Persuading the Persuaders: Presidential Speeches and Editorial Opinion." Political Communication 14(1) 1997, pp. 97 - 111.

Schultz, Tanjev. "Mass Media and the Concept of Interactivity: An Exploratory Study of Online Forums and Reader E-mail." Media, Culture and Society 22(2) 2000, pp. 205 - 221.

Street, John. "Remote Control? Politics, Technology and 'Electronic Democracy.'" European Journal of Communication 12(1) 1997, pp. 27 - 42.

Sundar, S. Shyam. "Exploring Receivers' Criteria for Perception of Print and Online News." Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 76(2) 1999, pp. 373 - 386.

Whillock, Rita Kirk. "Cyber-Politics: The Online Strategies of '96." American Behavioral Scientist 40(8) 1997, pp. 1208 - 1225.

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SURVEYS AND STUDIES

Angus Reid Group, Inc. "Canadian Internet access continues to grow, and users say the Net has had a significant impact on their lives." July 26, 2000. http://www.angusreid.com/media/content/displaypr.cfm?id_to_view=1061

Committee of Concerned Journalists. "ePolitics: A Study of the 2000 Presidential Campaign on the Internet." Washington, DC: April 10, 2000 http://www.journalism.org/epolitics.html

ComQUEST Research Inc. "Canadian Internet Expansion Slowing Down." April 3, 2000.
http://www.nua.ie/surveys/?f=VS&art_id=905355692&rel=true

Newspaper Association of America. "51 Percent of News Users Read Online Papers." May 10, 1999.
http://www.nua.ie/surveys/?f=VS&art_id=905354892&rel=true

The Pew Research Center for People and the Press. "Internet News Audience Goes Ordinary: Online Newcomers More Middle-Brow, Less Work-Oriented." January 14, 1999. http://www.people-press.org/tech98sum.htm

The Pew Research Center for People and the Press. "Internet News Takes Off: Pew Research Center Biennial News Consumption Survey." June 8, 1998. http://www.people-press.org/med98rpt.htm

The Pew Research Center for People and the Press. "News Attracts Most Internet Users: One-in-Ten Voters Online For Campaign '96." December 16, 1996. http://www.people-press.org/tec96sum.htm

Radio and Television News Directors Foundation. "Consumers Turn to Internet for News." April 12, 2000.
http://www.nua.ie/surveys/?f=VS&art_id=905355713&rel=true

Statistics Canada. "Most Canadian Users Go Online at Home." May 22, 2000.
http://www.nua.ie/surveys/?f=VS&art_id=905355793&rel=true

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MEDIA CLIPPINGS

Abramson, Ronna. "Watching the conventions: day 3." The Standard, August 3, 2000.
http://www.thestandard.net/article/display/0,1151,17357,00.html

Arnold, Tom. "Web sites play key role in Alliance race." National Post, May 22, 2000.
http://www.nationalpost.com/printer.asp?f=000522295863

Brack, Andy. "Dirty dancing: Online campaigning grows up." PoliticsOnline NetPulse: The e-journal of politicking on the Internet, Vol. 4, No. 13, July 5, 2000.
http://www.politicsonline.com

CyberAtlas: the Web Marketer's Guide to Online Facts. "Top 50 Canadian Sites of March 2000." CyberAtlas, May 2, 2000.
http://cyberatlas.internet.com/big_picture/geographics/print/0,1323,5911_353181,00.html

Faucheux, Ron. "Who uses the Internet for election info?" Congressional Quarterly, June 10, 2000.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A36242-2000Jun10.html

FreedomChannel.com interview with Ben White. "Politics and the Internet." FreedomChannel, April 17, 2000.
http://www.freedomchannel.com/todays/041700white.cfm

FreedomChannel.com interview with Jacob Weisberg. "Politics and the Internet: Is the new media doing a good job?" FreedomChannel, May 3, 2000.
http://www.freedomchannel.com/todays/050300weisberg.cfm

Goetz, Thomas. "The Online press finds its political voice." Slate, June 16, 2000.
http://slate.msn.com/netelection/entries/00-06-16_84615.asp

Kershner, Vlae. "Finding serious political discourse among all the online illiteracy." San Francisco Chronicle, August 2, 2000. http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2000/08/02/MN74451.DTL

Suellentrop, Chris. "Passive activism." Slate, February 23, 2000.
http://slate.msn.com/netelection/entries/00-02-23_75737.asp

Weisberg, Jacob. "Concerning concerned journalists." Slate, April 18, 2000. http://slate.msn.com/netelection/entries/00-04-18_80813.asp

White, Ben. "Searching for the right candidate." Slate, June 5, 2000.
http://slate.msn.com/netelection/entries/00-06-05_83758.asp

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