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by Stephen Coleman

eBook The e-Connected World: Risks and Opportunities (Queen's Policy Studies Series) ePub
Author: Stephen Coleman
Language: English
ISBN: 0889119473
ISBN13: 978-0889119475
Publisher: Queen's School of Policy Studies; 1 edition (January 15, 2003)
Pages: 180
Category: Processes & Infrastructure
Subcategory: Perfomance
Rating: 4.2
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ePub file: 1232 kb
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This publication, co-authored by Jay Blumler and Stephen Coleman, and published jointly by IPPR and Citizens Online, examines the potential of the Internet to encourage and foster new forms of public involvement in civic and political affairs.

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SPS Seminar Series - Interview with Professor Stephen Coleman. The Lost Art of Listening: the missing key to democratic and civil society participation. Coleman S; Ross K (2010) The Media and the Public: Them and Us in Media Discourse. Oxford: Blackwell-Wiley. Coleman S (2003) The E-Connected World: Opportunities and Risks. McGill University Press.

Stephen Coleman is Professor of Political communication at the University of Leeds. He is an advocate of direct representation via the Internet. He has led independent evaluations of the UK televised election debates since 2010.

Series Queen's Policy Studies Series. Risks and Opportunities. Written by. Stephen Coleman. The e-Connected World provides a balanced, informed, and imaginative examination of the advent of these new technolog. The e-Connected World. and. Digital technologies are now ubiquitous, changing the ways we live and learn and creating a new e-connected age of opportunity and risk.

The e-Connected World Risks and Opportunities. National Institute for the Blind. The e-Connected World Stephen Coleman Queen’s Policy Studies/Sch Policy Stud, 2003 . catalog. Contributors also include: Stephen Coleman, professor of e-Democracy at the University of Oxford and fellow of Jesus College, Oxford; Ronald J. Deibert, assistant professor of political science at the University of Toronto; Stephen Murgatroyd, president of Lifeskills International Ltd and vice-president of the Axia Corporation; Stephanie Perrin, chief privacy officer at Zer-Knowledge Systems, Montreal, Quebec

Governor General Julie Payette recognizes Peter Harrison, Brian Osborne, and Duncan Sinclair for their contributions to the nation. Award for book on Indigenous rights makes Thomas J. Courchene the first two-time recipient of top Canadian public policy writing honour. The School of Policy Studies and the Institute of Intergovernmental Relations (IIGR) are happy to announce that Tom Courchene's latest publication, Indigenous Nationals, Canadian Citizens, has just won the 2018/2019 Donner Prize. Read the full article here.

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Coleman, S. 2003, 'Democracy in an e-connected world', in R. Davidson (e., The e- connected world: risks and opportunities, McGill Queens University Press, Montreal, pp. 125-32. Study on the go. Download the iOS. Download the Android app. Conference paper in official proceedings Author(s) Year of the publication, ‘Title of paper’, Conference Name, Publisher of the proceedings (often the organisation that held the conference), Place of publication (not location of conference), page numbers.

Contrary to writings that herald the internet as a great liberator or see the information age as a dystopia requiring permanent surveillance, this book argues that we need to understand the changes that are taking place around us before we draw conclusions. The e-Connected World should be of interest to students, policy-makers and citizens seeking to look beyond the digital hype.
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