We would like to congratulate Princeton University Press author Matthew Hindman for winning the 2009 Award for Social and Ethical Relevance in Communications Policy Research presented by the Donald McGannon Communications Research Center! According to this announcement, Hindman’s book The Myth of Digital Democracy most outstandingly addresses the communications policy issues that occurred in 2009.
Earlier this year, The Myth of Digital Democracy also won the 2010 Goldsmith Book Prize.
More information on Hindman’s achievement as well as information on nominations for the 2010 Award for Social and Ethical Relevance In Communications Policy Research can be found here.
For a complete list of recent Princeton University Press award-winning books, please click here.