Internet and Politics at the 2014 ECPR General Conference in Glasgow


The 2014 General Conference will be held at the Main Campus, University of Glasgow. This year the program includes 66 sections, grouping over 300 Panels crossing most disciplines of political science.

For those of you attending the 2014 General ECPR Conference in Glasgow, in order to make it easier for you to identify panels including papers on Internet and Politics at the 2014 General ECPR Conference we have compiled the following list – click on the panel that you are interested and you’ll be taken to its page on the ECPR programme website. If you are aware of other panels that we should include in this list please email us!

Thursday 4 September 2014

9:00 Innovation in Research: New Tools and Methods in Data Analysis (P153)

11:00 Mediation and Democracy (P202)

11:00 Out with the New, In with the Old? Using Current Methods for Analysing New Data (P229)

11:00 Theoretical and Practical Challenges in Organized Crime (P086)

11:00 Distrust and Populism: The Rise of Euroscepticism in Contemporary Crisis (P073)

14:00 Media Effects and Political Attitudes (P201)

14:00 Participation and Political Communication (P233)

16:00 Referendums in Times of Crisis: More but not Merrier? (P298)

16:00 Patterns and Varieties of Political Participation in Southern Europe: Innovative, Diversified and Contentious (P253)

Friday 5 September 2014

9:00 Social Media and Political Networks (P325)

9:00 Political Parties’ Campaign Professionalism Compared (P272)

9:00 The Impact of Open Data (P356)

9:00 The Study of Women’s Political Representation: Power, Privilege and Disadvantage (P389)

11:00 Social Media and Alternative Political Communication (P324)

11:00 The Labour Crisis in Europe: Mobility or Migration? (P359)

15:50 Strategic Political Communication (P332)

15:50 The Methodological Challenges of Designing Cross-National Voting Advice Applications (P361)

15:50 Democratic Processes: Linking Citizens and the State (P067)

17:40 Twitter, Social Networking and Political Representation and Remediation (P400)

17:40 The Validity and Reliability of VAAs (P392)

17:40 The ‘Constructivist Turn’ in Political Representation: Exchanges between Theoretical and Empirical Scholars (P346)

Saturday 6 September 2014

9:00 The Scottish Independence Referendum: Media, the Campaigns and the Public (P386)

9:00 VAAs in Different Political Systems and Different Political Cultures (P404)

11:00 Voting Advice Application Sample Bias: Sources, Magnitude and Methods (P405)

16:00 Voting Advice Applications and Political Behaviour (P406)