This book provides an overview of key issues concerning the impact of the world wide web on the political process.
First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Introduction to the Politics of Cyberspace 1 (17)
PART I: Habermas & Cyberspace: The 18 (102)
Possibility of an Electronic Athena
Pulling the Plug on Electronic Town Meetings: 18 (30)
Participatory Democracy and the Reality of
Politics on the Internet: The Normalization 48 (21)
New Zealand Political Parties Online: The 69 (15)
World Wide Web as a tool for democratization
or for political marketing?
Hard Travelin: Free Speech in the Age of the 84 (36)
Information Super Highway
PART II: Postmodernism & Cyberspace: Beyond 120(67)
the Fragmentation of Culture
The Politics of Digital Inequality: Access, 120(24)
Capability and Distribution in Cyberspace
"To Boldly Go (Where No Man Has Gone 144(23)
Before)": Women and Politics in Cyberspace
Intellectuals, the New Public Spheres, and 167(20)