How ICTs Affect Democracy and Corruption in Emerging Societies

  title={How ICTs Affect Democracy and Corruption in Emerging Societies},
  author={Daniel S. Soper and Haluk Demirkan},
  journal={IT Professional},
In the wake of the Arab Spring, there's been speculation about the potential of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to contribute to political transformation in emerging societies. Does adoption of these technologies really affect the political destinies of emerging nations? 

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