Building Digital Gov Strategies

Media use during conflicts: Information seeking and political efficacy during the 2012 Mexican elections

Comparte este postABSTRACT: Public access to accurate and reliable information is fundamental to democracy and democratic decision-making. In emerging democracies, during political crises or controversial elections, reliable information is often difficult to obtain. In authoritarian regimes, citizens’ perceptions of information reliability are tightly linked to trust in government, and both are typically low. Open government Leer más