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This is a lecture on how political journalism is changing in the UK (and with some international case studies) as communications become more networked. It shows that people are given more voice to question power but that there are limits on how much this is really changing politics or democracy. It uses the Clegg 'I'm sorry' episode to highlight the role of humour in this new environment.
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