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About the project

Digital technologies are changing patterns of political communication and, in the way, they are transforming processes of political mediation. By allowing
citizens to access information directly and to share information with peers,
digital technologies are reducing the influence of political parties and mass
media as traditional agents of intermediation and reshaping processes of
political mediation. Given that traditional agents are expected to lose influence
in this new media environment, this project asks how digital technologies
influence the process of opinion formation or citizens’ decision making.

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Leading Researcher (IP)

Opinionet project is led by Ana S. Cardenal, Professor at the Faculty of Law and Political Science at the Open University of Catalonia (UOC).

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Publications.

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Data.

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