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The debates on how to foster civic participation have intensified in current years, especially with the coming of digital era. New electronic social networks and other digital platforms promising the unseen possibilities for variety of activities including civic participation, has been emphasized as a factor facilitating civic engagement (Smith, 2013) . In this article, we test a hypothesis that people, who are actively engaged in electronic social networks at the same time are more likelydoi:10.5755/j01.ppaa.17.1.20604 fatcat:xgtbv4bporbzxjpzfmf6hmkh3y