Bibliografia di base

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  • Coleman, S. and Blumler, J. (2009) The Internet and Democratic Citizenship. Theory, Practice and Policy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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  • De Blasio, E. (2014) La democrazia digitale. Roma: LUISS University Press.
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  • Fuchs, C. (2014). Social Media: A critical introduction. London: Sage.
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  • Mayer-Schönberger, V., Cukier, K. (2013). Big data: A revolution that will transform how we live, work and think. London: John Murray.
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  • Moro, G. (2013) Cittadinanza attiva e qualità della democrazia. Roma: Carocci.
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  • Norris, P. (2011) Democratic Deficit. Critical Citizens Revisited. New York: Cambridge University Press.
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  • Sennett, R. (2012). Insieme. Rituali, piaceri, politiche della collaborazione. Milano: Feltrinelli.
  • Sepe, S. e Crobe, E. (2014) La comunicazione partecipata. Narrare l’azione pubblica coinvolgendo i cittadini. Roma: LUISS University Press.
  • Sorice, M. (2014) I media e la democrazia. Roma: Carocci.
  • Strandberg, K. and Grönlund, K. (2014) “Online Deliberation: Theory and Practice in Virtual Mini-Publics”, in Grönlund, K., Bächtiger, A. and Setälä, M., Deliberative Mini-Publics. Involving Citizens in the Democratic Process. Colchester: ECPR Press.
  • Urbinati, N. (2013) Democrazia in diretta. Le nuove sfide alla rappresentanza, Milano. Feltrinelli.
  • Urbinati, N. (2014) Democrazia sfigurata. Il popolo fra opinione e verità. Milano: Egea-Università Bocconi Editore.
  • Volkmer, I. (2014) The Global Public Sphere. Public Communication in the Age of Reflective Interdependence. Cambridge: Polity.
  • Zittel, T. & Fuchs, D. (eds.) (2007) Participatory Democracy and Political Participation. Can participatory engineering bring citizens back in? London-New York: Routledge-ECPR.