Rausim! Digital politics in Papua New Guinea
"This paper has sketched the potential impact of ICT on the practice of politics in Papua New Guinea. Categorising changes in ICT access as changes in information flows, it proposes that key effects arise in transparency, collective identity and action, and the participation of new political actors. However, outlining these potential effects serves largely to emphasise the dearth of research on ICT in Papua New Guinea. Examples from elsewhere are useful, but unlikely to be conclusive in as...[Show more]
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