Twitter in Congress: Outreach vs Transparency
AbstractThe paper provides some support in favor of Twitter adoption being driven by outreach reasons, rather than the well-popularized transparency motive. Furthermore, outreach considerations factor into a Republican's perceived benefit more than a Democrat's.
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Date of creation: 25 May 2010
Date of revision: 22 Jun 2010
Government communication; diffusion of technology; political marketing; social media.;
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