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The Internet and politics : citizens, voters and activists / edited by Sarah Oates, Diana Owen and Rachel K. Gibson.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextSeries: Democratization StudiesPublication details: London ; New York : Routledge, 2006.Description: xii, 228 p. : ill. ; 22 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 041534784x
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 323.0420285 O.S. I 2006 21
Contents:
The Internet, civil society and democracy : a comparative perspective / Sarah Oates and Rachel K. Gibson -- The Internet and youth civic engagement in the United States / Diana Owen -- The Minnesota e-democracy project : mobilising the mobilised? / Jakob Linaa Jensen -- Hunting protestors : mobilisation, participation and protest online in the Countryside Alliance / Wainer Lusoli and Stephen Ward -- Design matters : the political efficacy of government-run discussion boards / Scott Wright -- Cybercortical warfare : Hizbollah's Internet strategy / Maura Conway -- Civil society, the Internet and terrorism : case studies from Northern Ireland / Paul Reilly -- Virtual parties in a virtual world : the use of the Internet by Russian political parties / Luke March -- Hard to connect : transnational networks, non-governmental organisations and the Internet in Russia / Diana Schmidt -- Murder, journalism and the Web : how the Gongadze case launched the Internet news era in Ukraine / Natalya Krasnoboka and Holli A. Semetko -- Pathologies of the virtual public sphere / Heinz Brandenburg.
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"Based on papers written for a 2003 European Consortium of Political Research workshop."

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The Internet, civil society and democracy : a comparative perspective / Sarah Oates and Rachel K. Gibson -- The Internet and youth civic engagement in the United States / Diana Owen -- The Minnesota e-democracy project : mobilising the mobilised? / Jakob Linaa Jensen -- Hunting protestors : mobilisation, participation and protest online in the Countryside Alliance / Wainer Lusoli and Stephen Ward -- Design matters : the political efficacy of government-run discussion boards / Scott Wright -- Cybercortical warfare : Hizbollah's Internet strategy / Maura Conway -- Civil society, the Internet and terrorism : case studies from Northern Ireland / Paul Reilly -- Virtual parties in a virtual world : the use of the Internet by Russian political parties / Luke March -- Hard to connect : transnational networks, non-governmental organisations and the Internet in Russia / Diana Schmidt -- Murder, journalism and the Web : how the Gongadze case launched the Internet news era in Ukraine / Natalya Krasnoboka and Holli A. Semetko -- Pathologies of the virtual public sphere / Heinz Brandenburg.

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