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Internet politics : states, citizens, and new communication technologies / Andrew Chadwick.

By: Chadwick, AndrewMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: New York : Oxford University Press, 2006Edition: 1st edDescription: xiii, 384 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 0195177738 ; 9780195177732 Subject(s): Internet in public administration | Internet in political campaigns | Political participation -- Technological innovations | Information technology -- Political aspects | Information societyDDC classification: 320.028547 LOC classification: JF1525.A8 | C43 2006Online resources: Publisher description | Table of contents only
Contents:
Internet politics : some conceptual tools -- Network logic : a political prehistory of the Internet -- Access, inclusion, and the digital divide -- Community, deliberation, and participation : E-democracy -- Interest groups and social movements : E-mobilization -- Parties, candidates, and elections : E-campaigning -- Executives and bureaucracies : E-government -- Constructing the global information society -- The rise of Internet governance -- Surveillance, privacy, and security -- The political economy of Internet media -- Conclusion : the future of Internet politics
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 328-363) and index.

Internet politics : some conceptual tools -- Network logic : a political prehistory of the Internet -- Access, inclusion, and the digital divide -- Community, deliberation, and participation : E-democracy -- Interest groups and social movements : E-mobilization -- Parties, candidates, and elections : E-campaigning -- Executives and bureaucracies : E-government -- Constructing the global information society -- The rise of Internet governance -- Surveillance, privacy, and security -- The political economy of Internet media -- Conclusion : the future of Internet politics

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