|aYoung citizens in the digital age :|bpolitical engagement, young people, and new media /|cedited by Brian D. Loader.
|aMilton Park, Abingdon, Oxon :|bRoutledge,|c2007.
|axiii, 213 p. ;|c23 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aIntroduction: Young citizens in the digital age : disaffected or displaced? / Brian D. Loader -- Youthful steps towards civic participation : does the Internet help? / Sonia Livingstone, Nick Couldry, and Tim Markham -- New media and new voters : young people, the Internet, and the 2005 UK election campaign / Gustavo Mesch and Stephen Coleman -- Young votors and the web of politics : the promise and problems of youth-orientated political content on the Web / Lance Bennett and Michael Xenos -- Young activists, political horizons, and the Internet : adapting the Net to one's purposes / Peter Dahlgren and Tobias Olsson -- Youth online : researching the political use of the Internet in the Italian context / Davide Calenda and Lorenzo Mosca -- Australian young people's participatory practices and Internet use / Ariadne Vromen -- Engagement : reflections on Web content analysis / Roman Gerodimos and Janelle Ward -- Technology, schools, and citizenship education : a fix too far? / Neil Selwyn -- ICT and citizenship in Northern Ireland : a critique of experience since the 1998 Good Friday agreement / Roger Austin -- P2P politics : young people and policy deliberation online / Ross Ferguson -- How democracies have disengaged from young people / Stephen Coleman.