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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 17, Number 2, 7 February 2014

The networked young citizen: social media, political participation and civic engagement
pp. 143-150(8)
Authors: Loader, Brian D.; Vromen, Ariadne; Xenos, Michael A.

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The great equalizer? Patterns of social media use and youth political engagement in three advanced democracies
pp. 151-167(17)
Authors: Xenos, Michael; Vromen, Ariadne; Loader, Brian D.

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Spaces for public orientation? Longitudinal effects of Internet use in adolescence
pp. 168-183(16)
Authors: Ekström, Mats; Olsson, Tobias; Shehata, Adam

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Political influence across generations: partisanship and candidate evaluations in the 2008 election
pp. 184-202(19)
Authors: Vraga, Emily K.; Bode, Leticia; Yang, JungHwan; Edgerly, Stephanie; Thorson, Kjerstin; Wells, Chris; Shah, Dhavan V.

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Organization in the crowd: peer production in large-scale networked protests
pp. 232-260(29)
Authors: Bennett, W. Lance; Segerberg, Alexandra; Walker, Shawn

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The persistence of collectivity in digital protest
pp. 264-268(5)
Author: Gerbaudo, Paolo

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Comment on organizing in the crowd
pp. 269-271(3)
Author: Della Porta, Donatella

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Organization in the crowd – looking ahead
pp. 272-275(4)
Authors: Bennett, W. Lance; Segerberg, Alexandra; Walker, Shawn

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Youth and media
pp. 281-282(2)
Author: Penfold-Mounce, Ruth

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