A National Conference
May 8-9, 1998

Papers

Benjamin Barber, Which Technology and Which Democracy?
[6,252 words, posted december 6, 1998]

Christopher Harper, Journalism in a Digital Age
[5,026 words, posted may 17, 1998]

Ellen Hume, Resource Journalism: A New Model for News
[4,192 words, posted may 17, 1998]

Lawrence Grossman, Changing Conceptions of Democracy
[303 words, posted june 4, 1998]

Ira Magaziner, Democracy and Cyberspace: First Principles
[7,457 words, posted september 3, 1998]

Lloyd Morrisett, Technologies of Freedom?
[4,331 words, posted may 17, 1998]

Michael Schudson, Changing Concepts of Democracy
[3,903 words, posted June 4, 1998]

Doug Schuler, Reports of the Close Relationship Between
Democracy and the Internet May Have Been Exaggerated

[4,444 words, posted may 17, 1998]

David Thorburn, Web of Paradox
[1,392 words, posted january 8, 1999]

David Winston, Digital Democracy and the New Age of Reason
[4,234 words, posted may 27, 1998]

 

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