This wiki is a aggregation of scholarly resources related to the role of new media in the political process. It was created for the "New Media and Society" (COMM/INFO 320) course at Cornell University by Jonathan Baxter, Alice Choo, Cameron Hall, and Jennifer Lesczinski.

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