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December 9-11, 2004

How are technologies changing politics, both in the U.S. and abroad?  The purpose of this conference is to take a skeptical, results-oriented look at the current state of politics after the 2004 election and from an international perspective in terms of issue-based campaigns, emerging business models, and new tools that affect politics both online and off. The conference will focus on the following questions:

- Has "citizenship" changed in the online era?
- Are online business models helpful guides for politics and political organizing?
- What international examples are promising?
- Did the web affect the 2004 election?

Download the Conference Briefing Materials, which include a "Working Hypothesis" about the effect of the internet on politics and three background modules. The Hypothesis will be refined and debated in the course of the three-day event.

 

Past Event
Dec 9, 2004 - Dec 11, 2004
Time
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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