Democracy in the Digital Age: Challenges to Political Life in Cyberspace

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INDEX

a
A Passion for Democracy (Barber), 18
Achieving Our Country (Rorty), 157
Advisory Committee on Public Interest Obligations of Digital Television Broadcasters (PIAC), 45 , 109
Agenda for Action, 68
Alliance for Public Technology (APT), 112 , 114 , 116
America Online, Washington Connection, 92 , 101 , 162
American Civil Liberties Union, 42
American Competitive Act, 36
Americanization of discourse, 3
Anderson, Robert H., 37
antecedent resources, 37
priority of family and education, 65-66
anticipatory democracy, 20
Arato, Andrew, 32
Arendt, Hannah, 15-16 , 21
critique of modernity, 17
on political reality, 16-17
Aristotle, 153
Aspen Institute report, 115
AT&T, 1-6 , 19 , 42 , 115
Aurigi, Alessandro, 34 , 81

b
Barber, Benjamin R., 14 , 17-19 , 24 , 41 , 87
basic capabilities, 37 , 49
Becker, Theodore L., 22
“being digital,” 21
Bekkers, V.J.J.M., 69
Benedikt, Michael, 13
Benhabib, Seyla, 18
Benton Foundation, 106 , 146
Berlin, Isaiah, 154
Bernoff, Josh, 46
Bikson, Tora K., 37
Bimber, Bruce, 27
Birdsell, David, 27 , 77
Blue Book (1946), 108
bolshevism, 5
Brady, Henry E., 52
broadband technology, 19 , 46 , 112 , 115
Brohier, Mary C., 59
Brown, Ron, 117
Browne, Harry, 89 , 99
Bryan, Cathy, 122
Budge, Ian, 9
Burgleman, J.-C., 45
Burke, Edmund, 13 , 31

c
cable television, 144
Campus of Learners, 130-32
capitalism
inequality and, 39-40 , 125
information society and, 39 , 81 , 151
Carnegie Mellon University, 60
Carrington, Edward, 50
Carroll, Lewis, 123
Castells, Manuel, 7 , 74 , 112-13 , 121 , 130
Charting the Digital BroadcastingFuture (PIAC), 109
Chen, Milton, 59
Chukovsky, Kornei, 2-3

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