These tools were identified at the Tech Tools External Research Meeting for the Internet and Democracy Project.
Our mode — entrepreneurial nonprofit — embraces our pursuit of scholarly research in the manner and spirit of an academic think tank, anchored by the diverse collaborative and individual work of our faculty and fellows.
more The Berkman Klein Center enjoys a global reputation for cutting-edge work centered on the relationships between the Internet, law, and society.
The team, led by Project Director Bruce Etling, will draw on communities from around the world, with a focus on the Middle East.
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This includes theoretical texts as well as media and internet and democracy readings.
Internet & Democracy H20 Playlist (Theoretical Democracy Sources) A collection of resources that consider the Internet and democracy, including case studies. This paper compares the practices of discursive production and participation among top political blogs during the summer of 2008 and finds evidence of an association between ideological affiliation and the technologies, institutions, and practices of participation across political blogs.
Our current activities include a series of empirical research projects on online collaboration, as well as a weekly meeting in which we present and discuss research on cooperation from a variety of academic disciplines.
Copyright X is a twelve-week networked course, offered each Spring under the auspices of Harvard Law School, the Harvard X distance-learning initiative, and the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society.
In the field of intellectual property, the need for creative solutions derived from understanding the varied motivations of the relevant players, has continued to grow as the economy changes around the world.