The game of leapfrog and the Internet: Developing countries and the information-divide

Margerison, Jill (2001) The game of leapfrog and the Internet: Developing countries and the information-divide. Culture Mandala: The bulletin of the centre for East-West cultural and economic studies, 4 2: 31-50.


Author Margerison, Jill
Title The game of leapfrog and the Internet: Developing countries and the information-divide
Journal name Culture Mandala: The bulletin of the centre for East-West cultural and economic studies
ISSN 1322-6916
Publication date 2001
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 4
Issue 2
Start page 31
End page 50
Total pages 20
Editor R. James Ferguson
Rosita Dellios
Place of publication Australia
Publisher Bond Uni, School of Humanities & Social Sciences
Collection year 2001
Language eng
Subject CX
360105 International Relations
750799 International relations not elsewhere classified
2002 Cultural Studies
Abstract Recent rapid advances in communication technology have changed global structural patterns and produced new concepts and poles of dynamism in international relations. One such technology, which is increasingly causing a mixed reaction across international boundaries, is that of the Internet. For the first time in history the emergence of the Internet has produced an anarchic power that is capable of influencing individuals, societies and governments on a scale previously unimaginable.
Keyword Internet
communication technology
Q-Index Code CX

Document type: Journal Article
Sub-type: Article (original research)
Collection: School of Languages and Cultures Publications
 
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