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McDougall, Julian; Readman, Mark (2015)
Publisher: Political Studies Association / CSJCC
Languages: English
Types: Book
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Engaging young people is a perennial theme of UK elections, updated for the social media age but carrying long-standing assumptions. How ‘youth voice’ is articulated in specific practices, and on whose terms, is complex, especially in the ‘micropolitical’ social media age, but there is little space or time for this in either party campaigning or ‘old media’ analysis.
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