7. Political Freedom Part 2: Emergence of the Networked Public Sphere
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- 1 Summary of the chapter
- 1.1 Overview
- 1.2 Basic Tools of Networked Communication
- 1.3 Networked Information Economy Meets the Public Sphere
- 1.4 Critiques of the Claims that the Internet Has Democratizing Effects
- 1.5 Is the Internet too Chaotic, Too Concentrated, or Neither?
- 1.6 On Power Law Distributions, Network Topology, and Being Heard
- 1.7 Who Will Play the Watchdog Function?
- 1.8 Using Networked Communication to Work Around Authoritarian Control
- 1.9 Toward a Networked Public Sphere
- 2 Sources
- 3 Case Studies
- 4 Key Concepts