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Links 1 through 10 of 24 by marnie webb tagged politics

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"The key to bringing young people into online civic dialogues is to create places where they want to engage, said boyd." What is the role for libraries, schools, NGOs in providing those places?

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"In short, act like a normal person who cares about the people around them, because we know you do!"

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"...despite the vast gap between a national race and one for dog-catcher, many of the same online political rules apply and most of the same technologies are available. Here's why state- and local-level campaigns should pay attention to the potential of internet-based politics."

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"Contrary to the hopes of some advocates, the internet is not changing the socio-economic character of civic engagement in America."

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"We're not talking about your grandfather's socialism. In fact, there is a long list of past movements this new socialism is not. It is not class warfare. It is not anti-American; indeed, digital socialism may be the newest American innovation. While old-school socialism was an arm of the state, digital socialism is socialism without the state. This new brand of socialism currently operates in the realm of culture and economics, rather than government—for now."

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"What I'm asking you to do is to clear the playing field. This is neither the time nor the place for mass movements -- this is the time for expert opinion. Once the experts (and I'm not one of them) have reached some kind of a consensus about what the best course of action is (and they haven't yet), then figure out who is impeding that action for political or other disingenuous reasons and tackle them -- do whatever you can to remove them from the playing field. But we're not at that stage yet."

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