Revisiting E-topia: A Dialogical Grounded Theory of Postidenties in Digital Democratic Innovations

Asenbaum, H. 2015. Revisiting E-topia: A Dialogical Grounded Theory of Postidenties in Digital Democratic Innovations. IPSA Conference: Communication, Democracy and Digital Technology. Rovinj, Croatia 02 - 03 Oct 2015

TitleRevisiting E-topia: A Dialogical Grounded Theory of Postidenties in Digital Democratic Innovations
AuthorsAsenbaum, H.
TypeConference paper
Year2015
ConferenceIPSA Conference: Communication, Democracy and Digital Technology
Web address (URL)https://www.fpzg.unizg.hr/en/ipsa_conference_croatia_2015

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