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Democracy and the Internet



Hercules Bantas



A Reluctant Geek Academic Guide

Published by The Reluctant Geek

Smashwords Edition

Melbourne, Australia

Copyright Hercules Bantas 2010



Democracy and the Internet

Institutional Domination of the Public Sphere - John Rawls and CMC

Including the Private Sphere and Civil Society - Habermas and CMC

A Transnational Public Sphere - John Dryzek and CMC

Conclusions



Author's Note

Computer communication technologies, such as the Internet, have become very common in many democratic public spheres throughout the world. The often-asked question is how people can use them for political purposes. Using several real world examples and the deliberative democracy theories of Rawls, Habermas, and Dryzek, this guide answers that question, and shows just what effect they have on the power of citizens. Look out for other Reluctant Geek guides including J├╝rgen Habermas and Deliberative Democracy, John Rawls and Deliberative Democracy, John Dryzek and Deliberative Democracy, Deliberative Democracy Basics, Deliberative Democracy Essentials, Ricoeur's Hermeneutic Arc and the Internet, and The Propaganda Model and the Internet. All of which are available through Smashwords and all good ebooks vendors.

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