Digital Democracy

@article{Schlosberg2002DigitalD,
  title={Digital Democracy},
  author={David Schlosberg and John Dryzek},
  journal={Organization \& Environment},
  year={2002},
  volume={15},
  pages={332 - 335}
}
L'A. se demande si le type de participation sociale que permet Internet renforce le processus democratique ou s'il ne fait que conforter les choix exprimes par des individus isoles les uns des autres. En matiere d'environnement, que gagnent les mouvements ecologistes a la technologie Internet ? En dehors de la seule communication, n'y a-t-il pas risque d'une perte de deliberation democratique ? A l'appui de leur demonstration, les AA. evoquent le role joue par les jurys de citoyens au Royaume… 

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  • O. Janikowska
  • Political Science
    International and Multidisciplinary Journal of Global Justice
  • 2018
DOI: 10.15580/IMJGJ.2018.1.092918155 This article is focused on one of the key assumptions of cosmopolitan and deliberative democracy, which is the opening of decision-making processes for a wide