Digital democracy in a globalized world (Computer file, 2017) []
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Digital democracy in a globalized world

Digital democracy in a globalized world

Author: Corien Prins; Colette Cuijpers; Peter L Lindseth; Mônica Steffen Guise Rosina
Publisher: Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, USA Edward Elgar Publishing [2017] © 2017
Series: Elgar law : technology and society
Edition/Format:   Computer file : Conference publication : English

Nevertheless, this book explores the challenges that technology brings to democracy, and in so doing advances our understanding of this crucial digital, social and political phenomenon.


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Genre/Form: Konferenzschrift
Additional Physical Format: Erscheint auch als:
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Corien Prins; Colette Cuijpers; Peter L Lindseth; Mônica Steffen Guise Rosina
ISBN: 9781785363962 1785363964
OCLC Number: 1289766103
Description: 1 Online-Ressource
Contents: Contents:Introduction1. Digitalization through the lens of law and democracyMaurice Adams and Corien PrinsPart I Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives2. E-democracy, the global citizen, and multilevel constitutionalismIngolf Pernice3. In search of the Holy Grail: a principled approach to multistakeholder governance in internet policy-makingNicolo Zingales, Roxana Radu4. The broken promises of democracy in the information eraUgo Pagallo5. Depoliticization in the digital infosphere: When communication runs counter-democraticEmre Bayamlioglu6. The ambivalence of the impact of digitalization on democracy through the lens of privacy and transparencyColette Cuijpers7. Election integrity: the constitutionality of transitioning to electronic voting in comparative termsRivka WeillPart II Case Studies8. Digital democracy in Brazil: is technology a game-changer?Monica Steffen Guise Rosina, Luiz Fernando Marrey Moncau and Eduardo Alves Lazzari9. Deliberative democracy and digital urban design in a Canadian city: The case of the McGill Online Design StudioHoi L. Kong, Nik Luka, Jaimie Cudmore and Andrea Dumas10. Digital support for enhanced democratic participation in US rulemakingCynthia R. Farina, Cheryl L. Blake, Mary Newhart and Chaebong Nam11. The European Citizens' Initiative: an effective tool to promote a digital European democracy?Marie-Jose Garot12. Digital tools and the derailment of Icelands new constitutionThorvaldur Gylfason and Anne Meuwese13. Digital democracy in Belgium and the Netherlands. A socio-legal analysis of technologies, embedding and expectations of two Fourth Wave innovationsKoen van Aeken14. Digitization and democracy in China: the new Hunger Games Bo Zhao15. Internet censorship in India: Internet censorship in India: the law and beyondArpan BanerjeeEpilogue16. Technology, Democracy, and Institutional ChangePeter L. LindsethIndex
Series Title: Elgar law : technology and society
Responsibility: edited by Corien Prins (Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society, the Netherlands), Colette Cuijpers (Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society, the Netherlands), Peter L Lindseth (University of Connecticut School of Law, USA), Mônica Rosina (Fundacão Getulio Vargas Law School, São Paulo, Brazil)Mônica Rosina.


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