The Digital Tea Leaves of Election 2000: The Internet and the Future of Presidential Politics
AbstractWhile the Internet may not have played the transformational role in the election of the U.S. President in 2000 that some predicted, this new medium of political communications suggested what an Internet-driven transformation in political communications might look like. After setting the stage by discussing the use of information and communications technologies (ICTs) by Sen. John McCain in the primary campaign, the researchers evaluate the Web sites of four major candidates for President of the United States over the course of the general election. Additionally, this article serves as a digital archive of Web pages caught at what many believe is the nascent stage of what might come to be the dominant medium for political communications in the decades to come.
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Lewicki, D., & Ziaukas, T. (2000). The Digital Tea Leaves of Election 2000: The Internet and the Future of Presidential Politics. First Monday, 5(12). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v5i12.818
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