Democracy, the Environment, and the Internet

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Title Democracy, the Environment, and the Internet
Author Howes, Michael James
Editor Tracey Arklay & Alexander Gash
Year Published 2001
Place of publication Brisbane
Publisher Griffith University, School of Politics & Public Policy
Abstract Democratic theory and practice underwent something of a renaissance in the late twentieth century. The spread of liberal democratic political systems was accompanied by two other trends that have the potential to transform the shape of politics: the rise of environmental movements and increased public use of the Internet. These changes have generated two theoretical variations on the theme: ecological and digital democracy. This paper reviews these two schools of thought and considers the possibility of a synthesis between them.
Peer Reviewed Yes
Published Yes
Publisher URI http://auspsa.anu.edu.au/announcements/conferences.htm
Alternative URI http://www.auspsa.org.au/
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Publication Title Proceedings of the Australasian Political Studies Association 2001 Conference
Conference name Australasian Political Studies Association 2001 Conference
Location Parliament House, Brisbane
Date From 2001-09-24
Date To 2001-09-26
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10072/1381
Date Accessioned 2002-04-09
Date Available 2008-12-04T01:37:21Z
Language en_AU
Research Centre Urban Research Program
Subject Political Theory and Political Philosophy
Publication Type Conference Publications (Full Written Paper - Refereed)
Publication Type Code e1

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