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The Internet and Democratic Discourse, Lincoln Dahlberg, 2001.

In his article, The Internet and Democratic Discourse: Exploring The Prospects of Online Deliberative Forums Extending the Public Sphere, Lincoln Dahlberg explores through a case study how a deliberative model of democracy can overcome economic, structural, and social challenges in order to extend the public sphere using a criteria established by Jurgen Habermas....continue


The Internet, Democracy, and the Public Sphere’s Evolution

A free and neutral internet is now a necessary precondition for democracy. To recognize and appreciate the responsibility we’ve entrusted to a continuously evolving global network we look closely at how has fused with with our social, economic, and political institutions. Jürgen Habermas concept of the public sphere gives us the opportunity to untangle why a free and neutral internet is essential component of guaranteeing civil rights, liberties, and a successful democracy. Although the term ...continue


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