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100 aLiu, Yangyue,eauthor.
245 00 aCompetitive political regime and Internet control :bcase studies of Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia /cby Liu Yangyue.
264 aNewcastle upon Tyne :bCambridge Scholars Publishing,c2014.
300 a1 online resource (xi, 207 pages .)
336 atextbtxt2rdacontent
337 acomputerbc2rdamedia
338 aonline resourcebcr2rdacarrier
504 aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
520 aWhy are policies of internet control adopted in a democratic state, while internet freedom is guaranteed in a more authoritarian context? In this work on the comparative politics of internet control, it is argued that regime type per se is not the direct determinant of the internet control outcome. Instead, the book proposes an alternative model that addresses the intensity of online transgressiveness and the capacity of online civil society. While online transgressiveness propels governments ...
588 aPrint version record.
590 aeBooks on EBSCOhostbAll EBSCO eBooks
650 aInternetxAccess controlxGovernment policyzSoutheast Asia.
650 aInternetxAccess controlxGovernment policyzMalaysia.
650 aInternetxAccess controlxGovernment policyzThailand.
650 aInternetxAccess controlxGovernment policyzIndonesia.
650 aInternetxPolitical aspectszMalaysia.
650 aInternetxPolitical aspectszThailand.
650 aInternetxPolitical aspectszIndonesia.
650 aPSYCHOLOGYxSocial Psychology.2bisacsh
650 aInternetxAccess controlxGovernment policy.2fast0(OCoLC)fst01766521
650 aInternetxPolitical aspects.2fast0(OCoLC)fst00977197
651 aIndonesia.2fast0(OCoLC)fst01209242
651 aMalaysia.2fast0(OCoLC)fst01204590
651 aSoutheast Asia.2fast0(OCoLC)fst01240499
651 aThailand.2fast0(OCoLC)fst01205310
655 aElectronic books.
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Competitive political regime and Internet control :case studies of Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia /by Liu Yangyue
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Competitive political regime and Internet control :case studies of Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia /by Liu Yangyue
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1 online resource (xi, 207 pages )
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Includes bibliographical references and index. / Why are policies of internet control adopted in a democratic state, while internet freedom is guaranteed in a more authoritarian context? In this work on the comparative politics of internet control, it is argued that regime type per se is not the direct determinant of the internet control outcome. Instead, the book proposes an alternative model that addresses the intensity of online transgressiveness and the capacity of online civil society. While online transgressiveness propels governments ...
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