Election and Virtual Life

References Dalsgaard, S. (2008). Facework on facebook: The presentation of self in virtual life and its role in the US elections. Anthropology Today, 24(6), pp. 8-12. Hollinger, D. A. (2008). Obama, the instability of color lines, and the promise of a postethnic future. Callaloo, 31(4, Cutting Down “The Wrath-Bearing Tree”: The Politics Issue), pp. 1033-1037. Hopkins, D. A. (2009). The 2008 election and the political geography of the new democratic majority. Polity, 41(3, The 2008 Elections), pp. 368-387. Mack, K.W. , & Chen, J. (2004).

Barack obama before he was a rising political star. The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, (45), pp. 98-101. Chicago Style References Dalsgaard, Steffen. 2008. Facework on facebook: The presentation of self in virtual life and its role in the US elections. Anthropology Today 24 (6) (Dec. ): pp. 8-12. Hollinger, David A. 2008. Obama, the instability of color lines, and the promise of a postethnic future. Callaloo 31 (4, Cutting Down “The Wrath-Bearing Tree”: The Politics Issue) (Fall): pp.1033-1037. Hopkins, David A. 2009.

The 2008 election and the political geography of the new democratic majority. Polity 41 (3, The 2008 Elections) (Jul. ): pp. 368-387. Mack, Kenneth W. , and Jim Chen. 2004. Barack obama before he was a rising political star. The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education(45) (Autumn): pp. 98-101. Harvard Dalsgaard, S. 2008, “Facework on Facebook: The Presentation of Self in Virtual Life and Its Role in the US Elections”, Anthropology Today, vol. 24, no. 6, pp. pp. 8-12. Hollinger, D. A.

2008, “Obama, the Instability of Color Lines, and the Promise of a Postethnic Future”, Callaloo, vol. 31, no. 4, Cutting Down “The Wrath-Bearing Tree”: The Politics Issue, pp. pp. 1033-1037. Hopkins, D. A. 2009, “The 2008 Election and the Political Geography of the New Democratic Majority”, Polity, vol. 41, no. 3, The 2008 Elections, pp. pp. 368-387. Mack, K. W. & Chen, J. 2004, “Barack Obama before He Was a Rising Political Star”, The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, , no. 45, pp. pp. 98-101. MLA Works Cited Dalsgaard, Steffen.

“Facework on Facebook: The Presentation of Self in Virtual Life and its Role in the US Elections. ” Anthropology Today 24. 6 (2008): pp. 8-12. Print. Hollinger, David A. “Obama, the Instability of Color Lines, and the Promise of a Postethnic Future. ” Callaloo 31. 4, Cutting Down “The Wrath-Bearing Tree”: The Politics Issue (2008): pp. 1033-1037. Print. Hopkins, David A. “The 2008 Election and the Political Geography of the New Democratic Majority. ” Polity 41.

3, The 2008 Elections (2009): pp. 368-387. Print. Mack, Kenneth W., and Jim Chen. “Barack Obama before He was a Rising Political Star. ” The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education. 45 (2004): pp. 98-101. Print. Questions 1) What trend can you identify in the total number of articles published per year in JSTOR for your topic ? There has been a huge rise in 2007 when Barack Obama became a candidate for the presidential elections. The number of articles rose until 2008 when it reached its peak. After that, the number of articles has fallen, and in 2009 it is at the same level than in 2005-2007.

2) Does the trend for the total number of articles differ from the trend for the relative number of articles ? If so, how ? Yes there is a change. Until 2007 the the trend was the same, and in 2007 the relative number of articles began to rise a lot. But what differs from the total number is that the relative number of articles is still rising. 3) Which are the two main subject groups in which these articles are categorised ? 1- Social Sciences 2- Regional Studies 4) Name five of the main key terms which relate to your topic. 1- President 2- African 3- Election 4- Government 5- Unite.