Scott Wright
Scott Wright
Professor of Political Communication and Journalism, Monash University
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Democracy, deliberation and design: the case of online discussion forums
S Wright, J Street
New media & society 9 (5), 849-869, 2007
6712007
Political Blogs and Representative Democracy
S Wright, S Coleman
Information Polity 13 (1), 2008
324*2008
Politics as usual? Revolution, normalization and a new agenda for online deliberation
S Wright
New media & society 14 (2), 244-261, 2012
3212012
Government-run online discussion fora: Moderation, censorship and the shadow of Control1
S Wright
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 8 (4), 550-568, 2006
1912006
Discursive equality and everyday talk online: The impact of “superparticipants”
T Graham, S Wright
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 19 (3), 625-642, 2014
1692014
Online deliberation: Design, research, and practice
T Davies, SP Gangadharan
1472009
The Internet and politics: citizens, voters and activists
S Oates, D Owen, RK Gibson
Routledge, 2006
1412006
From “third place” to “third space”: Everyday political talk in non-political online spaces
S Wright
Javnost-the public 19 (3), 5-20, 2012
1392012
A Tale of Two Stories from “Below the Line” Comment Fields at the Guardian
T Graham, S Wright
The International Journal of Press/Politics 20 (3), 317-338, 2015
1152015
The European Union in cyberspace: multilingual democratic participation in a virtual public sphere?
R Wodak, S Wright
Journal of Language and Politics 5 (2), 251-275, 2006
1012006
The Routledge companion to social media and politics
A Bruns, G Enli, E Skogerbo, AO Larsson, C Christensen
Routledge, 2015
952015
A virtual European public sphere? The Futurum discussion forum
S Wright
Journal of European public policy 14 (8), 1167-1185, 2007
692007
Electrifying democracy? 10 years of policy and practice
S Wright
Parliamentary affairs 59 (2), 236-249, 2006
612006
Design matters: The political efficacy of government-run discussion boards
S Wright
The Internet and politics: Citizens, voters and activists, 72-89, 2005
602005
The role of the moderator: Problems and possibilities for government-run online discussion forums
S Wright
Online deliberation: Design, research, and practice, 233-242, 2009
592009
Assessing (e-)Democratic Innovations: “Democratic Goods” and Downing Street E-Petitions
S Wright
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 9 (4), 453-470, 2012
582012
Handbook of digital politics
S Coleman, D Freelon
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015
532015
Political blogs, representation and the public sphere
S Wright
Aslib Proceedings, 2009
502009
Populism and downing street e-petitions: connective action, hybridity, and the changing nature of organizing
S Wright
Political Communication 32 (3), 414-433, 2015
482015
‘We need to get together and make ourselves heard’: everyday online spaces as incubators of political action
T Graham, D Jackson, S Wright
Information, Communication & Society, 2015
482015
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