Editorial Introduction: 'The Internet: Power and Governance in a Digitised World'
Ten years since its emergence as a mainstream global medium, the Internet plays an active role in both contentious political debates and alternative visions for order in world politics. Today, the issue is no longer whether the Internet has altered the world we live in, but how we can understand the political changes it brings. Unlike print or broadcast media, which have largely remained the designated territory of communication scholars, the study of the Internet has attracted researchers from various disciplines to explore its implications for their own fields of expertise. ...
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Document Type: Editorial
Publication date: 2007-05-01
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