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Panel "Elections européennes et Internet", organisé par le Research Committee et l’Association Internationale de Science Politique (AISP), Luxembourg, 18-20 mars 2010.

Un panel sur le thème des "élections européennes et Internet" (voir le résumé ci-dessous) organisé par le Research Committee (RC) 10 "Electronic Democracy" et le RC22 "Political Communication" de l’Association Internationale de Science Politique (AISP) aura lieu à la prochaine conférence intermédiaire de l’AISP à Luxembourg (18-20 mars 2010). Si vous êtes intéressés par ce panel, vous pouvez soumettre un résumé de votre communication sur le site web de la conférence d’ici le 15 novembre 2009 : http://www.luxembourg2010.org/abstract

Les décisions d’acceptation seront notifiées mi-décembre. Les papiers complets sont attendus pour le 10 février 2010 de telle manière à ce que les discutants puissent organiser leur commentaire de manière satisfaisante. La langue de travail est l’anglais.

The panel "European elections and the Internet" is proposed both by the RC10 "Electronic Democracy" and the RC22 "Political Communication". This panel issue is concerned with the use of e-democracy instruments during the last European elections in 27 countries in June 2009. The panel will analyse the implementation of e-campaigns and e-voting in different European countries. The Internet is often associated with the professionalization, diversification and increased inclusiveness in the voting process as well as the electoral campaigns. Problems of exclusion, trustworthiness and identity will be discussed as well as campaign related issues of targeting, personalisation, complexity and a trend to sound bytes and negative campaigning. The US presidential election 2009 were seen as a cornerstone in the use of e-campaigning. Is Europe adopting these strategies or are there new instruments ?
More precisely, we propose to explore five directions of research which are closely connected together. Staring with a general overview of electronic voting in relation to European elections the further focus is more on the professionalization of online campaigns. How useful is the internet in expanding the audiences through websites and social networks ? Are new "participative campaigns" emerging substituting traditional "folkloric street campaigning" ? Finally new E-tools to favour the formation of voters’ preferences will be presented and analysed.

Contact : Dr. Stéphanie Wojcik
Lecturer in communication studies
Department of political and public communication -University of Paris 12 Val-de-Marne
80, avenue du Général de Gaulle
Immeuble La Pyramide, Floor 4, room 406
94009 Créteil - France
0033 1 45 17 71 86 (office)
0033 6 63 72 06 60 (mobile)
stephanie.wojcik@univ-paris12.fr

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