The Internet, Policy & Politics Conferences

Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford


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Albert Meijer, Karl Löfgren PDF icon Selling technology to the policy sciences: Marketing strategies for specialized scholars
Albert Padró-Solanet PDF icon Internet and Votes: The Impact of New ICTs on the 2008 Spanish Parliamentary Elections
Ana Sofia Cardenal PDF icon Why Mobilize Support Online? The Paradox of Party Behavior Online
Anastasia Deligiaouri PDF icon Open Governance and E-Rulemaking. Online Deliberation and Policy-making in Contemporary Greek Politics
Andrea Calderaro PDF icon Digital Politics Divide: does the Digital Divide still matter?
Andreas Jungherr, Pascal Jürgens PDF icon The political click: political participation through e-petitions in Germany
Andreas Ladner, Jan Fivaz, Joëlle Pianzola PDF icon Impact of Voting Advice Applications on Voters' Decision-Making
Anne-Marie Oostveen PDF icon Outsourcing Democracy in the Netherlands
Azi Lev-On PDF icon Online political campaigning: A bird-eye's view
Barbara Simons PDF icon Internet Voting: An Idea whose Time has NOT Come
Bob Boynton PDF icon Constructing the story of COP15 in 140 characters or less
Camilo Cristancho Mantilla PDF icon Protest mobilization and disagreement in online mobilization networks
Carla Bonina, Cordella PDF icon The Internet and Public Bureaucracies: towards balancing competing values
Carolina Galais Gonzalez PDF icon Internet use and engaged citizenship in comparative perspective
Chaminda Hettiarachchi PDF icon Web 2.0 Technologies for Election Campaigning in Sri Lanka
Cristian Vaccari PDF icon IPP2010_Vaccari_Paper.pdf
Daniel Trottier PDF icon Responding to Social Media: Emergent Policies in the Academy
Darren G. Lilleker, Nigel A. Jackson PDF icon Towards a more participatory style of election campaigning? The impact of Web 2.0 on the UK 2010 General Election
David Langley, Tijs van den Broek PDF icon Exploring social media as a driver of sustainable behaviour: case analysis and policy implications
Des Power, Mary Power PDF icon The Internet and Government Disability Policy in the United Kingdom
Don MacLean, Stephan Barg PDF icon Let's Get Physical: Methodologies for Framing Critical Internet Policy and Governance Issues from a Sustainable Development Pers
Elisabeth A. Jones, Joseph W. Janes PDF icon Anonymity in a World of Digital Books: Google Books, Privacy, and the Freedom to Read
Erin Dian Dumbacher PDF icon Internet Development as Political Comparative Advantage: Estonia in International Organizations
Florian Toepfl PDF icon Managing Public Outrage: Power, Scandal, and New Media in Contemporary Russia
Frank Bannister, Regina Connolly PDF icon The Trouble with Transparency: A Critical View of Openness in e-Government
Giovanni Navarria PDF icon e-Petitioning and Representative Democracy: a doomed marriage? - Lessons learnt from the Downing Street e-Petition Website and t
Godefroy Dang Nguyen, Jocelyne Trémenbert PDF icon Local eGovernment in Brittany: The Power of Cognitive Alignment
Hirohiko Yasuda PDF icon Preventing Cyber Bullying at School: The Difficulties of Guardians and How Schools Can Aid Them
Ian Jayson Reyes Hecita PDF icon Civil Society and ICTs: Creating Participatory Spaces for Democratizing ICT Policy and Governance in the Philippines
Irina Shklovski, David Struthers PDF icon Of states and borders on the Internet: The role of domain-name extensions in expressions of national identity
Ismael Peña-López PDF icon Policy-making for digital development: the role of the government
Jakob Linaa Jensen PDF icon Citizenship 2.0. – changing aspects of citizenship in the age of digital media
James Gomez, Rosyidah Muhamad PDF icon Opposition Parties and General Elections: New Media Policy Responses in Singapore and Malaysia
Jesper Schlæger PDF icon Red Alert: The Internet and government affairs service centres in Chengdu
Jocelyne Trémenbert PDF icon Indicators of the digital divide and its link with other exclusions
Jorge Luis Salcedo Maldonado PDF icon Mobilization process at the European Union
Jose Marichal PDF icon Political Facebook Groups: Micro-Activism and the Digital Front Stage
Karen Mossberger, Caroline Tolbert, Benedict Jimenez, Daniel Bowen PDF icon Unraveling Different Barriers to Technology Use: Urban Residents and Neighborhood Effects
Karine Barzilai-Nahon, Jeff Hemsley, Shawn Walker, Muzammil Hussain PDF icon Fifteen Minutes of Fame: The Place of Blogs in the Life Cycle of Viral Political Information
Kenny Wang PDF icon Searching and seizing digital evidence inside a consulate: A violation of international law?
Keren Sereno PDF icon Understanding the Hyperlinks Politics Better: The Israeli Protest Networks as a Case Study
Maria Laura Sudulich, Matthew Wall, Elmar Jansen, Kevin Cunningham PDF icon Me too for web 2.0? Patterns of online campaigning among candidates in the 2010 UK general election
Marie Ellen Sluis PDF icon Amazonian Geeks and Social Activism: An ethnographic study on the appropriation of ICTs in the Brazilian Amazon
Mary C. Milliken PDF icon Canada's internet policy: Is 'inclusiveness' road-kill on the information
Matthew Addis, Steve Taylor, Bassem I. Nasser, Somya Joshi, Evika Karamagioli, Timo Wandhoefer, Freddy Fallon, Rachel Fletcher, Caroline Wilson PDF icon New ways for policy-makers to interact with citizens through open social network sites - a report on initial results
Mayo Fuster Morell PDF icon Mapping online creation communities: Models of infrastructure governance of collective action and its effects on participation s
Meelis Kitsing PDF icon An Evaluation of E-Government in Estonia
Meelis Kitsing PDF icon Political Economy of the Network Neutrality in the European Union
Michael J. Santorelli PDF icon Regulatory Federalism in a Broadband World
Michael Markwick PDF icon The Unlawful Freedom of Communication