Retooling Politics : How Digital Media Are Shaping Democracy

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JUNGHERR, Andreas, Gonzalo RIVERO, Daniel GAYO-AVELLO, 2020. Retooling Politics : How Digital Media Are Shaping Democracy. Cambridge:Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-1-108-41940-6

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