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Author: Jongwoo Han
ISBN: 0739146289
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Pages 232 pages
Publisher Lexington Books (December 23, 2011)
Language English
Category: Other
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Analyzing and comparing Korea's Presidential Election in 2002 and the United States' 2008 Presidential Election, Han discusses the impact of NNITs in electoral politics, as previously apolitical young generations have become more involved and transformed themselves into both . .

Analyzing and comparing Korea's Presidential Election in 2002 and the United States' 2008 Presidential Election, Han discusses the impact of NNITs in electoral politics, as previously apolitical young generations have become more involved and transformed themselves into both a cohesive voting bloc and a formidable constituency. Han also addresses the role of NNITs in Korea's beef crisis and President Obama's legislation battle to reform the .

Analyzing and comparing Korea’s Presidential Election in 2002 and the United States’ 2008 Presidential Election, Han discusses the impact of NNITs in electoral politics, as previously apolitical young generations have become more involved and transformed themselves into both .

Analyzing and comparing Korea’s Presidential Election in 2002 and the United States’ 2008 Presidential Election, Han discusses the impact of NNITs in electoral politics, as previously apolitical young generations have become more involved and transformed themselves into both a cohesive voting bloc and a formidable constituency. Han also addresses the role of NNITs in Korea’s beef crisis and President Obama’s legislation battle to reform the . health care system, revealing unprecedented opportunities to observe this major change occurring in political systems during the so-called Information Age. To read this.

Jongwoo Han is visiting professor at the Graduate Institute of Peace Studies of the Kyung Hee University in.

Jongwoo Han is visiting professor at the Graduate Institute of Peace Studies of the Kyung Hee University in Seoul. He is the author of Networked Information Technologies, Elections, and Politics: Korea and the United States and Understanding North Korea: Indigenous Perspectives. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Jongwoo Han’s Networked Information Technologies, Elections, and Politics: Korea and the United States is a study on the changes that have been occurring in elections, politics, and democratic movements in both the United States and Korea.

Technologies, Elections, and Politics : Korea and the United States Han reveals the impacts of networked information technologies, an.

Networked Information Technologies, Elections, and Politics : Korea and the United States. This book examines the changes in elections, politics, and democratic movements over the past decade, marking a paradigm shift in political discourse. Paperback: 426 pages. Publisher: Lexington Books (August 25, 2015).

In: Kiyohara . Maeshima . Owen D. (eds) Internet Election Campaigns in the United States, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. Political Campaigning and Communication.

Networked Information Technologies, Elections, and Politics: Korea and the United States. In: Kiyohara . Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Jongwoo Han’s Networked Information Technologies, Elections, and Politics: Korea and the United States is a study on the changes that have been occurring in elections, politics, and democratic movements in both the United States and Korea. There has undoubtedly been a paradigm shift in political discourse, as the industrial age mass media-based public sphere gives way to the new networked information technologies (NNIT)-based cyber sphere. Analyzing and comparing Korea’s presidential election in 2002 and the United States’ 2008 presidential election, Han discusses the impact of NNITs in electoral politics, as previously apolitical young generations have become more involved and transformed themselves into both a cohesive voting bloc and a formidable constituency. Han also addresses the role of NNITs in Korea’s beef crisis and President Obama’s legislation battle to reform the U.S. health care system, revealing unprecedented opportunities to observe this major change occurring in political systems during the so-called Information Age.