sábado, mayo 24, 2008

Internet y elecciones, una visión comparativa

El papel de Internet en los procesos electorales de doce países se analiza en una reciente colección de ensayos coordinada por Richard Davis, Diana Owen, David Taras y Stephen Ward. En Making a Difference: A Comparative View of the Role of the Internet in Election Politics (Lexington Books, 2008) se comparan los casos de Chile, Australia, Singapur, Indonesia, Estados Unidos, Canadá, Reino Unido, España, Bélgica, Holanda, Italia y Alemania. El artículo correspondiente a España, titulado “Cyberquake in a Soft Democracy? The Role of the Internet in the 2004 General Elections”, corre a cargo de José Luis Dader, profesor de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

A continuación reproducimos el índice de contenidos del libro:

Making a Difference: A Comparative View of the Role of the Internet in Election Politics
Edited by Richard Davis, Diana Owen, David Taras, and Stephen Ward
Lexington Books, 2008

Table of Contents

Preface, by David Taras

Introduction, by Stephen Ward
  1. Chile: Promoting the Personal Connection - The Internet and Presidential Election Campaigns, by Taylor C. Boas
  2. Australia: Potential Unfulfilled? The 2004 Election Online, by Rachel Gibson and Ian McAllister
  3. Singapore: Elections and the Internet - Online Activism and Offline Quiescence, by Randolph Kluver
  4. Indonesia: Electoral Politics and the Internet, by David T. Hill
  5. United States: Internet and Elections, by Diana Owen and Richard Davis
  6. Canada: Party Websites and Online Campaigning During the 2004 and 2006 Federal Elections, by Tamara A. Small and David Taras and David Danchuk
  7. The United Kingdom: Parties and the 2005 Virtual Election Campaign - Not Quite Normal?, by Stephen Ward and Rachel Gibson and Wainer Lusoli
  8. Spain: Cyberquake in a Soft Democracy? The Role of the Internet in the 2004 General Elections, by Jose-Luis Dader
  9. Belgium: Websites as Party Campaign Tools - Comparing the 2000 and 2006 Local Election Campaigns, by Marc Hooghe and Sara Vissers
  10. Netherlands: Digital Campaigning in the 2002 and 2003 Parliamentary Elections, by Gerrit Voerman and Marcel Boogers
  11. Italy: The Evolution of E-campaigning 1996-2006 by Sara Bentivegna
  12. Germany: Online Campaign Professionalism in the 2002 and 2005 National Elections by Eva Johanna Schweitzer
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