By Barrie Axford, Richard Huggins
Exploring the subject matter of the putative transformation of political modernity lower than the effect of "new" media, this ebook adopts a wondering method of the ways that cultural and technological elements are affecting the mood of political existence, and displays the diversity of normative pondering and empirical examine at the altering personality of politics in mediatized cultures. New Media and Politics examines: the level to which advertisement populism now dominates electoral and different political discourses; the ways that the capabilities of management, govt and political events are converted via varied kinds of either outdated and new media; the democratic or undemocratic import of such alterations; and the ways that the dominant territorial paradigm of politics is challenged via the gap and time devouring capacities of digital media.
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The mediatization of politics so described is part of what has become known as the cultural shift in politics and, more contentiously, a feature of the reworking of modern politics. In the concluding chapter to this book, John Street argues persuasively that politics should be understood as a form of popular culture, because politics communicates through the techniques and rhetorics of a variety of mass (and, it should be said, new and ‘remediated’) media forms. Politics seen as a form of ‘artistic expression’ appears novel, even quirky, but Street does not claim that what results is obviously a ‘new’ sort of politics, rather, that judgements about politics and political players are now aesthetic judgements.