ABSTRACT. This study investigates the political potential of social networks as popular platforms of mediated communication. The findings of the survey reveal the level of engagement of Greek internet users with different social media, the particular ways in which they prefer to use them as well as their future expectations as regards the development of these platforms and their deeper penetration into Greek society. pp. 45–59
JEL codes: L82; L86

Keywords: social media; Greece; politics; communication; citizen participation

How to cite: Karantzeni, Dimitra (2015), "The Political Character of Social Media: Trends, Perceptions and Prospects of Social Networking in Greece," Journal of Self-Governance and Management Economics 3(1): 45–59.

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