Thanks to Joe Calamia and the Yale team the book is now “in production”: Dan Heaton was the manuscript editor, Samantha Ostrowski prepared the book for release, and Nancy Ovedovitz designed the book’s jacket. Photo credit: Google/Connie Zhou, see more photos www.google.com/datacenters.
Our book Democracy’s Fourth Wave? Digital Media and the Arab Spring was published under a modified Creative Commons license with Oxford University Press. Oxford has provided a publication quality PDF of first three chapters for download. Full manuscript in February 2015.
These are reviews of my edited collection State Power 2.0: “Interest in how governments use, manipulate, or even shut down the internet in the service of state power has been growing at a fever pitch. This collection provides an insightful framework for understanding these dynamics as well as an impressive […]
Reviews of Democracy’s Fourth Wave? Abootalebi, A. R. Review of Democracy’s Fourth Wave? by Philip N. Howard and Muzammil Hussain. Choice. Earl, Jennifer. Review of Democracy’s Fourth Wave? by Philip N. Howard and Muzammil Hussain. Political Science Quarterly 129, no. 2 (2014): 377–378. Faris, David. Review of Democracy’s Fourth Wave? […]