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DEMOCRACY AND NEW MEDIA
Jenkins and David Thorburn, editors
interview with editors about new media and the Democratic National Convention
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3. Which Technology
and Which Democracy?
4. Click Here
a Democratic Culture: John Commons on the Wiring of Civil Society
of the Close Relationship between Democracy and the Internet May Have
7. Are Virtual
and Democratic Communities Feasible?
8. Who Needs
Politics? Who Needs people? The Ironies of Democracy in Cyberspace
and Cyberspace: First Principles
Democracy and the New Age of Reason
Campaigns, and Elections in the Future: Loking Back from 2008
and New Media in Developing Nations: Opportunities and Challenges
13. Will the
Internet Spoil Fidel Castro's Cuba?
Diversity, "Race," and the Cultural Political Economy of Cyberspace
Democratization: New Media Practices in Post-Apartheid South Africa
Frequencies of Public Writing: Tomb, Tome, and Time as Technologies of
the Public (excerpt)
in a Digital Age
the Global and the Local: Media Systems and Journalism in the Global Network
Journalism: A Model for News Media
21. What Is
Information? The Flow of Bits and the Control of Chaos
22. That Withered
Paradigm: The Web, the Expert and the Information Hegemony