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dc.contributor.editorLIVERMORE ROMM, Celia
dc.contributor.editorCALDERARO, Andrea
dc.identifier.citationInternational Journal of E-Politics, 2010, 1, 1, Special Issue
dc.description.abstractScholars researching the field of E-politics have been interested in the potential of the Internet to enable individual self-expression, as well as, to facilitate the linking of citizens and political institutions by creating a new space to discuss politics. The Internet has also been hailed for its ability to increase civil engagement by creating new forms of political participation. In conclusion, all these new conditions have been considered useful for strengthening democracies by strengthening political participation.
dc.titleE-politics in a Global Contexten

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