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Title: Youth, ICTs and political engagement in Asia
Authors: Zhang, Weiyu
Lim Bee Yin, Joanne
Ullah, Sahid
David, Clarissa
Ilavarasan, P. Vigneswara
Keywords: POLITICAL ENGAGEMENT
YOUTH
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (ICTS)
BANGLADESH
INDIA
SRI LANKA
MALAYSIA
PHILIPPINES
SINGAPORE
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
SOCIAL PARTICIPATION
ICT
Date: 2011
Publisher: Department of Communications and New Media, National University of Singapore
Abstract: ICTs as new media attract particular attention when traditional mass media are too closely affiliated with the state. The research is unique in that it takes place in environments of non-democracy, new democracy, relatively old democracy, and abandoned democracy in Asia, and offers variable grounds for studies, based on how youth are socialized politically, and develop their political identity within various regions and socio-economic conditions. It focuses on how ICTs work together with local political institutions to influence youth’s political engagement. Five countries, Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Singapore, are included in this report This report presents details of operations, activities, outputs, and outcomes.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/48361
Project Number: 104935
Project Title: PANeGOV : Understanding Democratic eGovernance in Asia
Access: Open Access
License: MGC signed post January 2008 - copyright statement required on document
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