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ネットワーク社会におけるインターネットと民主主義

Internet and Democracy in the Network Society

(Routledge Studies in Global Information, Politics and Society ; : 17)

Van Dijk, Jan A. G. M.   Hacker, Kenneth L.

Routledge 2018/06
213 p. illustrations ; 24 cm.   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780815363026
装丁違いISBN: 081536301X
KCN: 1030665858
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DDC: 320.02854678
KDC: C134 情報社会・インターネット
D211 政治理論
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A seminal shift has taken place in the relationship between Internet usage and politics. At the turn of the century, it was presumed that digital communication would produce many positive political effects like improvements to political information retrieval, support for public debate and community formation or even enhancements in citizen participation in political decision-making. While there have been positive effects, negative effects have also occurred including fake news and other political disinformation, social media appropriation by terrorists and extremists, 'echo-chambers' and "filter bubbles", elections influenced by hostile hackers and campaign manipulation by micro-targeting marketing. It is time for critical re-evaluation. Designed to encourage critical thinking on the part of the student, internationally recognized experts, Jan A.G.M. van Dijk and Kenneth Hacker, chronicle the political significance of new communication technologies for the promotion of democracy over the last two decades. Drawing upon structuration theory and network theory and real-world case studies from across the globe, the book is logically structured around the following topics: Political Participation and Inclusion Habermas and the Reconstruction of Public Space Media and Democracy in Authoritarian States Democracy and the Internet in China E-government and democracy Views of democracy and Internet use Underpinned by up-to-date literature, this important textbook is aimed at students and scholars of communication studies, political science, sociology, political communication, and international relations.

Table of Contents

Series Editor's Foreword Preface Introduction Network Properties and Democracy Political Participation and Inclusion The Reconstruction of Public Space in Democracy Digital Media and Networking Opportunities for Depolarizing Political Discourse Co-authored by Ben Mollov, Bar-Ilan University, Israel From Arab Spring to Winter Making Sense of China and Digital Democracy E-Government and Democracy Conclusions