2 edition of The prospect of Internet democracy found in the catalog.
The prospect of Internet democracy
Includes bibliographical references (p. -186) and index.
|Statement||Michael Margolis, Gerson Moreno- Riaño.|
|Contributions||Moreno-Riaño, Gerson, 1971-|
|LC Classifications||JF1525.A8 M345 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||191 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||191|
|ISBN 10||9780754675143, 9780754697961|
|LC Control Number||2009932736|
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We are open, in-store and online. Some orders may experience a slight delay due to COVID restrictions. Benkler's optimistic book, The Wealth of Networks, predicted that the Internet would bring people together and transform the way information is created and spread.
Today, Benkler is far less sanguine and has become one of the foremost researchers of disinformation networks. Nichols’ book addresses an interesting paradox: education levels are higher than ever before, and – thanks to the internet and other technologies –. This sweeping book is a systematic treatment of the historic transformation of the West from limited monarchy to unlimited democracy.
Revisionist in nature, it reaches the conclusion that monarchy, with all its failings, is a lesser evil than mass democracy, but outlines deficiencies in both as systems of guarding liberty.
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As well as presenting empirical analyses of democratization on the basis of Vanhanens's resource distribution theory of democratization and making predictions on the prospects, the book includes contributions from five commentators, Mitchell A.
Seligson on Latin America, Samuel Decalo and John W. Forje on Africa, John Henderson on Oceania and. The Effect of Internet on Democracy Democracy is never a mere representation of citizens having the right to vote in their desired leaders.
It is about a people endorsed with information accompanied by the freedom of communication. With current technological prowess among states, communicating through technology has been pertinent to each individual or government.
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Three prominent 'camps' have emerged within Internet democracy rhetoric and practice, each drawing upon different models of democracy: communitarian, liberal individualist and deliberative.
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Virtual Public Consultation: Prospects for Internet Deliberative Democracy JAMES S. FISHKIN 1 Introduction Innovations in the technology of communication easily affect the possibility and feasibility of different methods of public consultation.
To consult the public, we must somehow communicate with it, or allow it to communicate with itself.