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On the road to #rp12: Women don’t blog about EU politics

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It’s not big news that the political blogospheres are dominated by alpha males, which is quite unsatisfactory because blogging as such isn’t. The problem may be that men decide what is political blogging and what isn’t. What about EU blogging in this regard? A quick look into the euroblogosphere does not at all contradict this view of male […]

On the road to #rp12: European blogging in Italy

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In 2009, Italian blogger Luca Conti said in an interview that he was “afraid a European blogosphere will remain a dream” because news markets were mainly national and participation in European Parliament elections were low: Now, that was 3 years ago. In the interview, he mentioned the platform Liquida as a possible starting point to discover […]

On the road to #rp12: Und wenn es doch eine europäische Blogosphäre gibt?

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Ich schreib diesen Post einfach mal auf Deutsch. Die letzten 1 1/2 Jahre gab es hier auf Polscieu (aka Politikwissenschaft & EU) nur englische Blogbeiträge, aber da ich meinen Vortrag auf der re:publica 12 auch auf Deutsch halten werde und sowieso viel zu viel auf Englisch über europäische Themen gebloggt wird, erlaube ich mir mal diesen kleinen […]

Preparing the #rp12: Search in the multilingual Euroblogosphere (edited)

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I will be speaking about the European blogosphere on the re:Unite track of the re:publica conference in Berlin in early May. In preparation, I can draw on the ongoing discussion about Euroblogging here on this and other blogs, but I am also doing some additional empirical research. One of the hypothetical and real questions that such research faces is how to find […]

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