Politics: Web 2.0: An International Conference

Has there been a shift in political use of the Internet and digital new media – a new Web 2.0 politics based on participatory values? How do broader social, cultural, and economic shifts towards Web 2.0 impact, if at all, on the contexts, the organizational structures, and the communication of politics and policy? Does Web 2.0 hinder or help democratic citizenship? This conference provides an opportunity for researchers to share and debate perspectives.

This looks good. At Royal Holloway on the outskirts of London, and organised by Andrew Chadwick, author of a recent and useful book, Internet Politics.