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Democracy Online: The Prospects for Political Renewal Through the Internet

Peter M. Shane, editor
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Book
Published
New York, N.Y. : Routledge, 2004.
Language
English
ISBN
0415948649 (hb : alk. paper), 0415948657 (pb : alk. paper)
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Table of contents
Contents
  • Technologies for democracy / A. Michael Froomkin
  • Unchat: Democratic solution for a wired world / Beth Simone Noveck
  • Cyberjuries: a model of deliberative democracy? / Nancy S. Marder
  • Expanding dialogue: the internet, public sphere, and transnational democracy / James Bohman
  • Electronic Federalist: the internet and the eclectic institutionalization of democratic legitimacy / Peter M. Shane
  • Global goverance and electronic democracy: E-politics as a multidimensional experience / Oren Perez
  • Interactivity, equality, and the prospects for electronic democracy: a review / Lori M. Weber, Sean Murray
  • Online deliberation: possibilities of the internet for deliberative democracy / Tamara Witschge
  • Hacktivism and the future of democratic discourse / Alexandra Samuel
  • ICANN and electronic democratic deficit / Dan Hunter
  • Digital deliberation: engaging the public through online policy dialogues / Thomas C. Beierle
  • Participation, deliberative democracy, and the internet: lessons from a National Forum on Commercial Vehicle Safety / J. Woody Stanley, Christopher Weare, Juliet Musso
  • Internet-based political discourse: a case study of electronic democracy in Hoogeveen / Nicholas W. Jankowski, Renée Van Os
  • League of women voters' DemocracyNet (DNet): an exercise in online civic engagement / Jackie Mildner, Nancy Tate
  • Virtual distance and America's changing sense of community / Paul G. Harwood, Wayne V. McIntosh
  • Access, skill, and motivation in online political discussion: testing cyberrealism / Peter Muhlberger
  • Virtual deliberation: knowledge from online interaction versus ordinary discussion / Jason Barabas
  • Challenge of E-Democracy for political parties / Grant Kippen, Gordon Jenkins.
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xx, 279 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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