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This page is intended to assist researchers in the broad area of
political and governmental effects of the development of the internet.
These effects impact bureaucracies (via online publication of official documents),
political parties and campaigns (via web advertising and fundraising), and the
relationship between citizens and government (via teledemocracy.)
Revised 20 Aug 2000; please send additions and corrections to Jeremy Lewis.
Index
ICIndividual researchers' addresses, interests
ICe-Mail List of researchers
IC(Researchers are alphabetized, with Societies under S.)
ICSocieties' websites (further lists)
Internet Researchers Page
See also:
HC Political Science Page
HC Justice Symposium Page
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Name, e-mail, website, interests Photo (if available)
Keith Abouchar

e-mail?

website?

Keith Abouchar of The Benton Foundation & James Henson, paper on "Web as Public Space."  (Pol theory paper.)

Chris Demcak

e-mail?

CyPRG center

Rachel Gibson and Stephen Ward,

e-mail?

website?

Rachel Gibson and Stephen Ward,"A Proposed Methodology for Studying the Function and Effectiveness of Party and Candidate Web-sites," Social Science Computer Review Volume 18, No. 3, Fall, 2000 

Philip Howard

p-howard@nwu.edu

http://pubweb.nwu.edu/~pho442

Survey of political characteristics of internet users.

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Sabine Lang

salang@zedat.fu-berlin.de

website?

Political communications?

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Todd M. Laporte

tlaporte@gmu.edu

website?
CyPRG website, paper by LaPorte

NSF grant aided research on official websites of numerous governments. Emphasis on e-democracy citizen interaction with bureaucracy.

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Jeremy Lewis

jlewis@huntingDon.edu

http://fs.huntingdon.edu/history/jlewis

Bureaucratic change via online publication of official documents (electronic freedom of information) and reinvention or privatization.

Craig McTaggart

e-mail?

website?

paper on governance of Internet

Michael Nentwich

mnent@oeaw.ac.at

website is extensive, advanced, but not in English.

Institute für Technikfolgenabschätzung
Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften
Strohgasse 45/5
A-1030 Wien
Austria
Tel. (0043) (01) 51581-6583
Fax. (0043) (01) 7109883

Pippa Norris's business card Pippa Norris

e-mail?

www.pippanorris.com
Political Science links from Pippa Norris
Digital Divide book: first 6 chapters linked, in Acrobat format.
Data sets mostly on British politics, downloadable
Internet and political communications. Surveys of internet users.
Papers downloadable from website.

Pippa Norris (from her web page)
Rowen R. Platt

e-mail?

website?

Rowen R. Platt, "Authenticity and Prevalence of Third Camps in the Abortion Debate: A Web Content Analysis," Social Science Computer Review Volume 18, No. 3, Fall, 2000

Fred Riggs business card Fred Riggs

fredr@hawaii.edu

Fred Riggs, University of Hawaii (extensive list of comparative web sites in the social sciences)

Fred Riggs photo 01
Ken Rogerson
Research Director, DeWitt Wallace Center for Communications and
Journalism
Ph.D. (Political Science) University of South Carolina, 1999 
Office: 142A Sanford Institute 
Phone: (919) 613-7387 

rogerson@pps.duke.edu

www.pubpol.duke.edu/centers/dewitt

Grant aided research on official web sites.

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Glen Segell

e-mail? LSE.

website:
http://www.netnexus.org/library/papers/segell.htm 
Glen Segell's paper,  23 - 25 October 1997: "The role of the Internet in an establishment system of government: The United Kingdom." 

Societies, organizations, grants, reports: IPSA Research Committee on SOG (Structure and Organization of Government) RC27

ISA Committee on Interdisciplinary Comparative Research (CISS)

NSF grants in Political Science

Natl Center for Supercomputing applications, Tech Research Group, projects on tech & individual.

Society for Comparative Research

Webbed Cities report

Christopher Weare

weare@bcf.usc.edu

website:
Chris Weare resume at USC
Characteristics of municipal web sites in California.

Christopher Weare and Wan-Ying Lin, "Content Analysis of the World Wide Web: Opportunities and Challenges" Social Science Computer Review, Volume 18, No. 3 , Fall, 2000 

Chris Weare, Interoperability paper at Freedom Forum.

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John Williams

jww@prin.edu

website?

Political communications.

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Dominic Wring

d.j.Wring@lboro.ac.uk
 
 

Political communications.

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Mailing List of researchers on the political and governmental effect of the internet:

p-howard@nwu.edu
salang@zedat.fu-berlin.de
tlaporte@gmu.edu
jlewis@huntingDon.edu
rogerson@pps.duke.edu
weare@bcf.usc.edu
jww@prin.edu
d.j.Wring@lboro.ac.uk

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