The Impact of the Development of American New Media on Citizens’ Political Power and Life



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AUTHORS’ CONTRIBUTIONS
This paper is independently completed by Yueming
Ni.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
During the creation of the thesis, I am very grateful to my professor (Prof. Bernadett Wegenstein, Johns
Hopkins University) for the inspiration brought to me by my course narrative form and communication in the new media era. In addition, I am grateful to my parents for their spiritual support and encouragement.
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