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  • Michael Habegger, Graduate Student

    Graduate Student
    University of Delaware
    Newark, DE 19716

    Biography

    Mike Habegger is an instructor and Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Political Science & International Relations at the University of Delaware. His research lies at the intersection of democracy and the internet, broadly, and social media practices and the concepts of subjectivity and the public sphere, specifically. His work is influenced by the democratic political theory, internet politics, political communication, and social movements literatures. His dissertation project addresses and challenges the changing foundations of democratic politics by tracing the digital and social media practices in which everyday people engage during momentous and mundane times.  It argues that everyday people form thin collectivities founded on the common practice of information sharing. He has coauthored work with Tobias Lemke that pushes his theoretical contribution to audiences in IR theory, specifically, the English School. Mike has also published research with several faculty members at the Center for Political Communication. Additionally, he is currently working on a textbook on voting behavior with Dr. David P. Redlawsk.

    Before coming to Delaware, Mike received a B.A. in Political Science and International Studies  from McDaniel College (Westminster, MD) and an M.A. in Political Science from Virginia Tech (Blacksburg, VA). Prior to enrolling at Virginia Tech, Mike served in AmeriCorps.

    Research Interest

    Political Theory, International Relations Theory, Social Media, Internet Politics​

 

 

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