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Description - Political Parties and the Internet by R. K. Gibson

Can the Internet help to re-engage the public in politics? How are political parties using the Internet as a communication tool? Has politics changed in the information age? Political Parties and the Internet discusses three of the principal areas within this debate: party competition and campaigning online internal party democracy the role of parties within democracies This book provides an assessment of how political parties are adapting to the rise of new Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and what the consequences of that adaptation will be. It includes case studies of the US, the UK, Australia, Korea, Mexico, France, Romania and the Mediterranean region.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780415282741
ISBN-10: 0415282748
Format: Paperback
(234mm x 156mm x 13mm)
Pages: 264
Imprint: Routledge
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Publish Date: 24-Apr-2003
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - R. K. Gibson

R. K. Gibson is Deputy Director of the centre for Social Science Research in the Research School of Social Sciences at the Australian National University. Paul Nixon is Senior Lecturer in European Politics at the Haague Hogeschool Den Haag, the Netherlands. Stephen Ward is Senor Lectuerer in Politics at the European Studies research Institute, University of Salford.