Web 2.0 and the Political Mobilization of College Students

Rowman & Littlefield Web 2.0 and the Political Mobilization of College Students investigates how college students’ online activities, when politically oriented, can affect their political participatory patterns offline. Kenneth W. Moffett and Laurie L. Rice find that online forms of political participation—like friending or following candidates and groups as well as blogging or tweeting about […]

It’s not if, but when the next nomination ethics issue arises

St. Louis Post-Dispatch Many have criticized the process by which the Senate confirmed Judge Brett Kavanaugh as the Supreme Court’s newest justice. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg stated that confirmation hearings have now become a “highly partisan show.” Similarly, Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, stated that the Kavanaugh hearings have created a situation in which “the Senate’s […]

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