Electronic Democracy analyses the impact of new information and communication techlogies (ICTs) within representative democracy, such as political parties, pressure groups, new social movements and executive and legislative bodies. Arguing for the validity of social perspective in theory building, it examines how representative democracies are adapting to new ICTs. It features a number of comparative studies focusing on the UK, the US, Sweden, Germany, Korea and Australia.
Taylor & Francis Ltd
Date of Publication
Government & Constitution
Routledge/ECPR Studies in European Political Science