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The literature on the Parliamentarians' Digital Communication

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With the development of social media on the one hand, and political communication on the other, the online communication of parliamentarians has become a central issue widely addressed by the litterature. This article uses and presents a scoping review method to give an overview of this field of study. All are listed (510 studies). After providing a general review of the published scientific works (location, institutions, digital media studied, methods used) on the digital communication of parliamentarians and candidates in general elections, we review the different themes addressed in this field of research and conclude by proposing paths for future research that could enrich the existing literature. We found that the results of research on this issue are influenced by conceptual and methodological choices. More precisely, the prevalence of the content analysis method in the field implies that the work done before the communication itself, and the way the digital communication of parliamentarians and candidates in general elections is shaped are left behind in most studies. Future studies should consider the strengths and weakness of different approaches and the significant potential of using other methods to highlight the rationale of the politicians in their online presence.
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A Scoping Review, Marie Neihouser, Camille Tremblay-Antoine. The literature on the Parliamentarians' Digital Communication. 2022. ⟨hal-03885080⟩
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