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March 2, 2011

the Internet’s role in making engaged citizens

Below is my own summary of an important new study by Joe Kahne and colleagues. The original research is here. Or read Joe's Huff Post piece.

Drawing on a unique panel survey of the online practices and the civic and political engagement of youth (ages 16–21), the new study, partially funded by CIRCLE, addresses broad and timely questions:


Joseph E. Kahne is an education professor at Mills College and CIRCLE Advisory Board member.

March 2, 2011 8:24 AM | category: Internet and public issues | Comments

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