Political Science in the Digital Age - Global Perspectives

Publisher : Barbara Budrich

ISBN-13 : 9783847423324

Page : 320 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 324 voters

This volume provides the first account of the influence of digitalization on the discipline of political science including contributions from twenty different countries. It takes stock of the challenges and opportunities of digitalization in most world regions.

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