Using case studies, interviews, and empirical sources, this book analyzes the strategies and impact of Internet use by civil society actors and asks how useful it is for their work a does the availability of Internet tools change the way citizensa groups work, does it influence their effectiveness, and does it do so differently in Japan from other countries? Four fascinating studies take a closer look at the role of the Internet during the history textbook controversy; strategies of small citizen's groups; comparisons between internet use in Japan, Korea and Germany; and how the internet is used as a platform to discuss the dispatch of Japanese troops in Iraq. Isa Ducke has produced an original work that will be of interest to students and scholars of Japanese politics, media and information technology and civil society.Does the availability of Internet tools change the way citizensa#39; groups work? Does it ... By far, most people can indeed receive information via traditional media, at least radio and TV and, to a lesser extent, newspapers and other written media.
|Title||:||Civil Society and the Internet in Japan|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2007-03-06|