Is social media changing the political landscape? Some have argued that online social networks such as Facebook and Twitter radically alter the costs of political action, making it easy for individuals to stay informed and to act. Others contend that the new media might actually undermine these processes, leaving people more isolated and less likely to participate. This course explores how social media and politics interrelate in contemporary media theory, in American politics, and in the Middle East.
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