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Launching into cyberspace : Internet development and politics in five world regions, Marcus Franda

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Launching into cyberspace : Internet development and politics in five world regions
Title
Launching into cyberspace
Title remainder
Internet development and politics in five world regions
Statement of responsibility
Marcus Franda
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
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Franda, Marcus F
Dewey number
327/.0285/4678
Index
index present
LC call number
JZ1254
LC item number
.F73 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
IPolitics
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  • International relations
  • Technological innovations
  • Internet
  • International relations
  • Internet
  • Internationale betrekkingen
  • Internationalisatie
  • Relations internationales
  • Innovations
  • Internet
  • Relations internationales
  • Kommunikation
  • Internationalisierung
  • Internet
  • Weltpolitik
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Launching into cyberspace : Internet development and politics in five world regions, Marcus Franda
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 251-284) and index
Contents
  • Internet Cultures in Israel and the Arab World
  • Israel as a High-Tech Enclave
  • Internet Development in Israel
  • Information Technology in the Arab Middle East
  • Inertia and Restraint in Internet and IT Development
  • Building Internet Infrastructures and Backbone
  • The Middle East and the Global Internet Regime
  • Internet Restrictions and Filtering
  • Getting Middle Eastern Governments Online
  • Online Business and Commerce in the Middle East
  • Introduction: The Internet and World Politics
  • Islamic and Arab Nationalist Websites
  • Arab-Israeli Relations on the Internet
  • The Middle East and the Nascent International Regime for the Internet
  • Information Technology and Political Cultures in Eurasia
  • IT Development and the Failure of Soviet Communism
  • Legacies of Soviet Rule and Telecommunications Infrastructures in the FSU
  • Internet Development in Russia
  • E-Commerce and Investment
  • Russia's "Information Security Doctrine,"
  • Internet Development in Other FSU Nations
  • Thin Cyberspace in Africa and the LDCs
  • Internet Cultures in Central Asia and the Caucasus
  • The Political Economy of the Internet in Eastern Europe
  • Telecommunications Infrastructures in Eastern Europe
  • Approaches to Privatization: Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Poland
  • Globalization and Interdependence
  • The Internet and the Gap Between Rich and Poor
  • New Internet Communicators and Nongovernmental Organizations
  • The Role of International Business
  • The Internet and World Government
  • The Internet Regime and International Relations
Extent
1 online resource (xiv, 297 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035928115
Label
Launching into cyberspace : Internet development and politics in five world regions, Marcus Franda
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 251-284) and index
Contents
  • Internet Cultures in Israel and the Arab World
  • Israel as a High-Tech Enclave
  • Internet Development in Israel
  • Information Technology in the Arab Middle East
  • Inertia and Restraint in Internet and IT Development
  • Building Internet Infrastructures and Backbone
  • The Middle East and the Global Internet Regime
  • Internet Restrictions and Filtering
  • Getting Middle Eastern Governments Online
  • Online Business and Commerce in the Middle East
  • Introduction: The Internet and World Politics
  • Islamic and Arab Nationalist Websites
  • Arab-Israeli Relations on the Internet
  • The Middle East and the Nascent International Regime for the Internet
  • Information Technology and Political Cultures in Eurasia
  • IT Development and the Failure of Soviet Communism
  • Legacies of Soviet Rule and Telecommunications Infrastructures in the FSU
  • Internet Development in Russia
  • E-Commerce and Investment
  • Russia's "Information Security Doctrine,"
  • Internet Development in Other FSU Nations
  • Thin Cyberspace in Africa and the LDCs
  • Internet Cultures in Central Asia and the Caucasus
  • The Political Economy of the Internet in Eastern Europe
  • Telecommunications Infrastructures in Eastern Europe
  • Approaches to Privatization: Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Poland
  • Globalization and Interdependence
  • The Internet and the Gap Between Rich and Poor
  • New Internet Communicators and Nongovernmental Organizations
  • The Role of International Business
  • The Internet and World Government
  • The Internet Regime and International Relations
Extent
1 online resource (xiv, 297 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035928115

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