Digital Democracy: Policy and Politics in the Wired World

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Cynthia J. Alexander, Cynthia Jacqueline Alexander, Leslie Alexander Pal, Leslie A. Pal
Oxford University Press, 1998 - 237 pagina's
The Information Age has ushered in significant change not only to the work people do and how they communicate with each other, but also to the broad political landscape. In Digital Democracy: Policy and politics in the Wired World, editors Cynthia J. Alexander and Leslie A. Pal present 12
important essays by Canadian and American scholars on the impact of cyberspace on politics and the implications this impact has for our future as private citizens

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Cynthia J. Alexander teaches Political Science at Acadia University. Leslie A. Pal is a Professor of Public Policy and Administration at the School of Public Administration at Carleton University. He earned is B.A. (Hon) from Mount Allison University and a doctorate from Queen's University
(Kingston). He has taught for two years at the University of Waterloo, and for ten years at the University of Calgary before taking up his current position at Carleton University. He has been a visiting scholar at the J.F.K. Institute for North American Studies at the Free University of Berlin, and
lectures throughout North America and Europe. Dr. Pal has served on the national board of the Canadian political Science Association and the Institute of Public Administration of Canada. He earned a Canadian Studies Writing Award in 1989 for his book Interests of the State: The Politics of Language,
Multiculturalism and Feminism in Canada (McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993), and received a Research Achievement Award from Carleton University in 1996.

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