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12014-09-15T21:33:44-07:00Raffi Sarkissianea4d223e7e677fefa407ef0510a69291f32109636103Glossary entry for "participatory politics"plain2014-11-04T12:50:55-08:00Alexandra Margolin7dce2caa0446e9a40e6f5f2e9ea7ffd920231440Participatory publics is interactive, peer-based acts through which individuals and groups seek to exert both voice and influence on issues of public concern. Participatory politics might take various forms, including the sharing of information through social media, engaging in online conversations through digital forums or blogs and podcasts, creating original content in the form of online videos or photoshopped memes to comment on a current issue, using Twitter and other microblogging tools to rally a community towards collective action, or tapping databases in order to investigate an ongoing concern (Cohen & Kahne).
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