Central European Journal of Communication, Vol. 4, No 2 (7), Fall 2011

Guest Editor’s introduction: Political Communication in the Era of New Technologies

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Nina on the Net. A study of a politician campaigning on social networking sites

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e-campaigning, Late Modernity, Deliberative Democracy, Political Communication, Social Networking Sites

Hungarian party websites and parliamentary elections

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political communication, party websites, new ICTs, elections, communication interactivity

Models of political consulting in Poland, 1989–2009, in a comparative perspective

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Poland, political consulting, political campaign, electoral campaign, political marketing, political communication.

Social media in campaigning — citizens and politicians in the 2010 Swedish election

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political involvement, online participation, social media networks, internet use, personalized profiles, digital divide

Communicating with citizens? Representations of public opinion in Polish public discourse

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public opinion, democracy, media, representations

The tabloidization of political discourse: The Polish case

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political discourse, tabloidization, news programs

ICT and local governance — e-government in the local public sphere in Poland and Norway

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local government, ICT, community, democracy, information; participation

Interview: Daniel C. Hallin and Paolo Mancini in Wrocław: Comparing Media Systems in Central and Eastern Europe

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