Advances in Public Policy and Administration (APPA) Book Series.
Editorial Advisory Board.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Digital Divide and Equality of Access.
2: Sense of Community: Perceptions of Individual and Group Members of Online Communities.
3: We Don't Do Politics: An Analysis and Discussion of Information Seeking Behaviour Research in Relation to the Net Generation.
4: Net Neutrality: An Issue of Democracy.
5: Microeconomics of Education and the Effect of Government Intervention: The Role of Classroom 2.0 in Facilitating the UK Government's Schools Policies.
6: International, National, and Regional Issues.
7: Using the Internet to Make Local Music More Available to the South Wales Community.
8: Internet: A Political Issue for Europe (1970s – 2010s).
9: Whose Voice is Heard? West Bank News Framing in Israeli Mainstream and Alternative News Websites: Ni'lin 2008 as a Case Study.
10: The Pit Head Baths are Now an Internet Café: The Role of Technology in Transforming Audience, Institutions, and Power Structures among Women in Wales.
11: Media, Culture, and Communication.
12: Exploring the Concept of the “Social Media Campaign”.
13: Can Digital Technologies Threaten Democracy by Creating Information Cocoons?.
14: Trolling for the Lulz? Using Media Theory to Understand Transgressive Humour and Other Internet Trolling in Online Communities.
15: E-Government, E-Voting, and E-Democracy.
16: Internet Voting: Situation, Questions, and Trends.
17: What Does E— add to Democracy? Designing an Agenda for Democracy Theory in the Information Age.
18: Blackout in the Name of Sunshine: When Open Government Law Stifles Civic Social Media.
19: Who Cares for Identity Information in Government 2.0? An Empirical Study.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.