Tag Archives: Political

Like, Comment, Vote: Social Media’s Influence on Political Participation

By: Treja Jones With the average American spending 116 minutes per day scrolling through social media (which amounts to over 5 years of social media use over a lifetime), social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram have expanded … Continue reading

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Facebook, Twitter Turn to Right-Leaning Groups to Help Referee Political Speech – WSJ

The world’s biggest social-media companies, under fire for failing to police content on their sites, have invited an array of outside groups to help them figure out who should be banned and what’s considered unacceptable. via www.wsj.com Pesky paywall. Read … Continue reading

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Labor Power and Industrial and Political Democracy

Ewan McGaughey, Democracy in America at Work: The History of Labor’s Vote in Corporate Governance, 42 Seattle U. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2019), available at SSRN. Catherine Fisk Like everybody else, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about democracy. How … Continue reading

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EU calls on Turkish political parties to obey court ruling (Peoples Daily)

The European Union (EU) on Wednesday called on all political parties in Turkey to respect the Constitutional Court ruling on the annulment of last Fridays presidential election. Read more detail on Legal News Directory – Family Law

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Brady, Ferejohn, & Paparo on Political Economy & Immigration

David Brady (Stanford Graduate School of Business), John A. Ferejohn (NYU Law School), & Aldo Paparo (Università LUISS Guido Carli) have posted Political Economy and Immigration on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: In many advanced democracies the major political parties have been disrupted … Continue reading

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