Internet Politics

Acabo de recibir el siguiente libro: Routledge Handbook of Internet Politics, de los profesores Andrew Chadwick, Royal Holloway, University of London, y Philip N. Howard, University of Washington. En el siguiente enlace se puede conseguir información sobre el texto, descargar algunos capítulos, así como ver en línea sus principales contenidos, que vienen a cubrir una creciente necesidad de disponer de manuales comprehensivos sobre las diferentes temáticas relacionadas con Internet y Política. Además, los autores son en su mayoría referentes internacionales en cada una de las temáticas que se abordan. Totalmente recomendable, no sólo para académicos especializados, en particular, sino también para público interesado en esta materia, en general.

A continuación, incluyo el índice general:

1. Introduction: New directions in internet politics research
Andrew Chadwick and Philip N. Howard

Part I: Institutions

2. The internet in U.S. election campaigns
Richard Davis, Jody C Baumgartner, Peter L. Francia, and
Jonathan S. Morris

3. European political organizations and the internet: mobilization, participation, and change
Stephen Ward and Rachel Gibson

4. Electoral web production practices in cross-national perspective: the relative influence of national development, political culture, and web genre
Kirsten A. Foot, Michael Xenos, Steven M. Schneider, Randolph Kluver, and Nicholas W. Jankowski

5. Parties, election campaigning, and the internet: toward a comparative institutional approach
Nick Anstead and Andrew Chadwick

6. Technological change and the shifting nature of political organization
Bruce Bimber, Cynthia Stohl, and Andrew J. Flanagin

7. Making parliamentary democracy visible: speaking to, with, and for the public in the age of interactive technology
Stephen Coleman

8. Bureaucratic reform and e-government in the United States: an institutional perspective
Jane E. Fountain

9. Public management change and e-government: the emergence of digital-era governance
Helen Margetts

Part 2: Behavior

10. Wired to fact: the role of the internet in identifying deception during
the 2004 U.S. presidential campaign
Bruce W. Hardy, Kathleen Hall Jamieson, and Kenneth Winneg

11. Political engagement online: do the information rich get richer and the
like-minded more similar?
Jennifer Brundidge and Ronald E. Rice

12. Information, the internet and direct democracy
Justin Reedy and Chris Wells

13. Toward digital citizenship: addressing inequality in the information age
Karen Mossberger

14. Online news creation and consumption: implications for modern democracies
David Tewksbury and Jason Rittenberg

15. Web 2.0 and the transformation of news and journalism
James Stanyer

Part 3: Identities

16. The internet and the changing global media environment
Brian McNair

17. The virtual sphere 2.0: the internet, the public sphere, and beyond
Zizi Papacharissi

18. Identity, technology, and narratives: transnational activism and social networks
W. Lance Bennett and Amoshaun Toft

19. Theorizing gender and the internet: past, present, and future
Niels van Doorn and Liesbet van Zoonen

20. New immigrants, the internet, and civic society
Yong-Chan Kim and Sandra J. Ball-Rokeach

21. One Europe, digitally divided
Jan A. G. M. van Dijk

22. Working around the state: internet use and political identity in the Arab world
Deborah L. Wheeler

Part 4: Law and policy

23. The geopolitics of internet control: censorship, sovereignty, and cyberspace
Ronald J. Deibert

24. Locational surveillance: embracing the patterns of our lives
David J. Phillips

25. Metaphoric reinforcement of the virtual fence: factors shaping the political economy of property in cyberspace
Oscar H. Gandy, Jr. and Kenneth Neil Farrall

26. Globalizing the logic of openness: open source software and the global
governance of intellectual property
Christopher May

27. Exclusionary rules? The politics of protocols
Greg Elmer

28. The new politics of the internet: multi-stakeholder policy-making
and the internet technocracy
William H. Dutton and Malcolm Peltu

29. Enabling effective multi-stakeholder participation in global internet
governance through accessible cyber-infrastructure
Derrick L. Cogburn

30. Internet diffusion and the digital divide: the role of policy-making and
political institutions
Kenneth S. Rogerson and Daniel Milton

31. Conclusion: political omnivores and wired states
Philip N. Howard and Andrew Chadwick



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