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Institutional Change in the Public Sphere
If the idea of the public sphere is central to the modern conception of democracy, contemporary political theorists have disagreed about both the nature of the public sphere and the assessment of its performance in complex societies. In this essay, we develop an institutional perspective on the contemporary political public sphere through the specific lens of transformations that are spurred by digitalization and in particular by the development of social networking sites (SNSs) and show howdoi:10.1515/9783110546330-006 fatcat:yh4wpypx4bhyziqektzrn3bsv4