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Review in Contemporary Sociology
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Review in Contemporary Sociology

Petre, Caitlin.  Review of Pax Technica by Philip N. Howard. Contemporary Sociology 46(1). (2017): 84-85, DOI: 10.1177/0094306116681813ff. Over the past quarter-century, mobile phones, tablets, personal computers, and other networked digital devices have rapidly proliferated around the world. In the coming years, a growing number of consumer products—from cars to apparel to home appliances—will be equipped with […]

Review in Journal of Democracy
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Review in Journal of Democracy

This essay appeared originally in July issue of the Journal of Democracy and is by Daniel O’Maley. What does the Internet mean for political systems, and for human freedom? During the 1990s and early 2000s, many social scientists equated the Internet’s spread with the supposed triumph of liberal democracy. Today, however, […]

Reviews:  Democracy’s Fourth Wave?
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Reviews: Democracy’s Fourth Wave?

Reviews of Democracy’s Fourth Wave? Abootalebi, Ali R. 2013. “Review of Democracy’s Fourth Wave? by Philip N. Howard and Muzammil M. Hussain.” Choice 51 (4): 2322. Earl, Jennifer. Review of Democracy’s Fourth Wave? by Philip N. Howard and Muzammil Hussain. Political Science Quarterly 129, no. 2 (2014): 377–378, DOI: 10.1002/polq.12190 Faris, David. […]

Review in Financial Times
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Review in Financial Times

This essay appeared originally in May on the Financial Times website and is by Felix Marton. The subject of this book — the emerging “internet of things” — could not be more timely and important; and its central premise — that this new stage in the evolution of the web […]