Digital Democracy: Policy and Politics in the Wired World
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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