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Political Science and Digitalization – Global Perspectives

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Marianne Kneuer(Hg.), Helen V. Milner(Hg.), Political Science and Digitalization – Global Perspectives (2019), Verlag Barbara Budrich, 51379 Leverkusen, ISBN: 9783847414889

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Beschreibung / Abstract

Digitalization is not only a new research subject for political science, but a transformative force for the discipline in terms of teaching and learning as well as research methods and publishing. This volume provides the first account of the influence of digitalization on the discipline of political science including contributions from 20 different countries. It presents a regional stocktaking of the challenges and opportunities of digitalization in most world regions.

Beschreibung

Marianne Kneuer is Professor for Political Science, Director of the Institute of Social Sciences and Co-founder of the Center for digital Change at the University of Hildesheim, Germany.
Helen V. Milner is B.C. Forbes Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University as well as Director of the Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance at Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School, USA.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

  • Cover
  • Political Science and Digitalization –Global Perspectives
  • Content
  • The Digital Revolution and its Impact for Political Science
  • The Americas
  • Digitalization and Political Science in Bolivia (Julio Ascarrunz)
  • Digitalization and Political Science in Brazil (André Marenco)
  • Digitalization and Political Science in Mexico (Rodrigo Sandoval Almazán)
  • Digitalization and Political Science in Paraguay (Liliana Rocío Duarte-Recalde)
  • Digitalization and Political Science in Peru (Martín Tanaka)
  • Digitalization and Political Science in Uruguay (Daniel Buquet)
  • Digitalization and Political Science in the USA (Diana Owen)
  • Europe
  • Digitalization and Political Science in Belgium (Min Reuchamps, Emilie van Haute, Jérémy DodeigneAudrey Vandeleene, Benjamin Biard, Jean Faniel, Sophie Devillers)
  • Digitalization and Political Science in Finland (Pertti Ahonen)
  • Digitalization and Political Science in France (Anaïs Theviot)
  • Digitalization and Political Science in Germany (Norbert Kersting)
  • Digitalization and Political Science in Poland (Arkadiusz Żukowski and Maciej Hartliński)
  • Digitalization and Political Science in Portugal (Carlos Jalali)
  • Digitalization and Political Science in Spain (Óscar G. Luengo and Javier García-Marín)
  • Digitalization and Political Science in the United Kingdom (Darren G. Lilleker and Shelley Thompson)
  • Asia
  • Digitalization and Political Science in Japan (Makoto Hayakawa)
  • Digitalization and Political Science in South Korea (Shin-Goo Kang and Chan Wook Park)
  • MENA/Africa
  • Digitalization and Political Science in Tunisia (Maryam Ben Salem)
  • Digitalization and Political Science in South Africa (Christopher Isike)
  • List of authors
  • Index
  • U4

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