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  • 1. Browsing for Political Knowledge:Turning to the Internet for Political LearningCOM546 / Spring 2011 / Eric Burgess
  • 2. Proposition “News sources on the internet are linked tolearning about politics, as indicated by increased levels of political knowledge.”
  • 3. Hypothesis #1Weak relationship between National vs. Local.
  • 4. Hypothesis #2Internet news sources are mostly national.
  • 5. Hypothesis #3You will gain more national political knowledge.
  • 6. Conclusion?
  • 7. Discussion Questions. Do you read the newspaper?Are you more informed nationally than you are locally? Why are you more informed that way?
  • 8. ReferencesTextRiede, E. et al. (2003). The role of the Internet in national and local news media use. Journal of Online Behavior,1(3).http://www.behavior.net/JOB/v1n3/riedel.htmlImageryComing soon...