デジタル時代の民主主義<br>Democracy in the Digital Age : Challenges to Political Life in Cyberspace

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デジタル時代の民主主義
Democracy in the Digital Age : Challenges to Political Life in Cyberspace

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 184 p.
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First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.technologies are impacting on political participation in the United States.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    vii
Introduction 1 (12)
Cyberdemocracy's ``Troubled and Frothy 13 (19)
Surface''
Neofuturists, Dystopians, and Technorealists 14 (9)
Research on the Democratic Potential of New 23 (6)
Communications Technologies
Beyond the Mere Smoke of Opinion 29 (3)
Shaping Virtual Civic Spaces 32 (16)
Antecedent Resources and the Threshold of 35 (3)
Political Functioning
Inclusiveness in Online Public Life 38 (3)
Deliberation and Light-Speed 41 (3)
Telecommunications Technologies
Designing a Democratic Future 44 (4)
Resource Requirements of Digitally Mediated 48 (19)
Political Life
Toward a Resource Model of 50 (2)
Telecommunications Access
Data 52 (1)
Methods 53 (1)
``Thick Description'' of Teletechnology 54 (4)
Access and Use
Noneconomic Barriers 58 (7)
The Causal Priority of Family and Education 65 (2)
Immune to Progress: Reconceptualizing 67 (19)
America's Information and Telecommunications
Underclass
A Tale of Two Cities 68 (5)
Expanding the Definition of Information 73 (3)
Poverty: A Periphery-Center Model
Data and Methods 76 (1)
A New Classification of Information and 77 (9)
Technology Poverty
Virtual Sounding Boards: How Deliberative is 86 (19)
Online Political Discussion?
Exploratory Questions 87 (3)
Why Content Analysis? 90 (3)
Content Categories 93 (4)
The Vast Cyberwasteland? 97 (5)
Irrigating the Wasteland 102(3)
Designer Democracy 105(18)
Becoming Digital: The Prospects for 106(7)
Home-Based Cyberdemocracy
Bypassing Poor Neighborhoods, Communities 113(3)
of Color, and Rural America
Public-Access Workstations and Community 116(5)
Building
Opening the Space of Flows 121(2)
Catching the Red Queen: Public-Policy 123(26)
Renovations
The Difference Principle 125(7)
Toward Ubiquitous Deployment of Advanced 132(6)
Services
Enhancing Deliberation in Online Political 138(5)
Forums
Political Multicasting: An Enduring Public 143(6)
Trusteeship
Conclusion: Media Campaigns and the New 149(14)
International
Appendix A1: Logistic Regression Analysis of 159(3)
Home Computer Ownership
Appendix A2: Logistic Regression Analysis 160(1)
of Home Modem Ownership
Appendix A3: Logistic Regression Analysis 161(1)
of Digitally Mediated Political Engagement
Appendix B: List of (Self-Identified) Political 162(1)
Usenet and AOL Forums
References 163(14)
Index 177