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Online References

  • The Democracy Online Project
    On October 1, 1998, the Democracy Online Project began its two-year run. Funded by a grant from The Pew Charitable Trusts, administered by the Graduate School of Political Management of the George Washington University, the mission of the Democracy Online Project is to promote the development of U.S. online politics in a manner which upholds democratic values.

  • Jesse Ventura Internet Notes
    Notes regarding Jesse Ventura's Internet use in his 1998 Campaign for Minnesota Governor.

  • The Internet: The New Political Machine
    An article by David C. King, an associate professor of public policy at the Kennedy's School of Government. A version of this article appeared in the Boston Globe on May 21, 2000.

  • How the Internet is Changing Politics; Campaign 2000 on the Internet
    This is an online book written by Jim Buie. This book examines how the George W. Bush and Albert Gore campaigns used the Internet in the 2000 Election. Throughout the article are numerous links that allow for further exploration.

Pulp References

  • Corrado, A., and C. Firestone, Eds. 1996. Elections in Cyberspace: Toward a New Era in American Politics. Washington, D.C.: Aspen Institute.
  • Hacker, K. L. Howl, M. Scott., and R. Steiner. 1996. "Uses of Computer-Mediated Political Communication in the 1992 Presidential Campaign: A Content Analysis of the Bush, Clinton, and Perot Computer Lists." Communication Research Reports. 13, p. 138-146.
  • Johnson, Dennis. W. 1999. "The Cyberspace Election of the Future." In B. Newmann, Ed. Handbook of Political Marketing. (pp. 705-724). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Johnson, R. J., M. A. Braima, and J. Sothirajah. 1999. "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, p. 99-123.
  • Katz, J. 1998. "The Digital Citizen." The Netizen.
  • Kern, M. 1997. "Social Capital and Citizen Interpretation of Political Ads, News, and Web Site Information in the 1996 Presidential Elections." American Behavioral Scientist. 40, p. 1238-1249.
  • McLeod, J. et al. 1996. "The Impact of Traditional and Nontraditional Media Forms in the 1992 Election." Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly. 73 (Summer), p. 401-416.
  • Raney, R. E. 1998. "In On-Line Debate, Candidates Focus on Issues without Spin." New York Times, P. C1.
  • Schwartz, J. 1996. "Looking for Dole on the Web? Dot's the Real Way Home." Washington Post, p. A17.
  • Whillock, Rita Kirk. 1997. "Cyber-Politics." American Behavioral Scientist. 40(8), p. 1208-1225.

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