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New digital civics model
12014-09-15T21:39:02-07:00Raffi Sarkissianea4d223e7e677fefa407ef0510a69291f32109636103Glossary entry for "new digital civics model"plain2014-11-04T12:50:01-08:00Alexandra Margolin7dce2caa0446e9a40e6f5f2e9ea7ffd920231440The new digital civics model is moving away from legislative theories of social change, or an “old civics” model, and adopting a model that teaches us how to raise attention for causes, how to use distributed populations to propose solutions to problems, and how to synchronize supporters around a strategy (Zuckerman).
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1media/wordle-themes.jpgmedia/wordle-themes.jpg2014-06-02T16:12:25-07:00Sangita Shresthova497a02d289c277275bc5ece441097deedf8135e7Glossary and Resources73image_header2015-07-09T10:43:05-07:00Sangita Shresthova497a02d289c277275bc5ece441097deedf8135e7