Machine generated contents note: -- Introduction PART I: Conceptualising Politics and Participation on the Web 1. Opportunities, Resources and Subjectivity: Citizens and the Social Web 2. Social Media and the Parameters of Participation 3. Mediated Citizenship: Navigating Reefs, Storms, and Currents PART II: Evolving Forms and Practices4. The Occupy Wall Street Movement as Online 'Produsers' 5. From Public to Civic Intellectuals via Online Cultures 6. Civic Cosmopolitanism and the Web: Facilitating Global AgencyPART III: Critical Approaches 7. Tracking the Civic Subject in the Media Landscape: Versions of the Democratic Ideal 8. Critical Media Theory: Something Old, New, and Unfinished.
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