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Cogburn, Derrick L.

Transnational Advocacy Networks in the Information Society

Cogburn, Derrick L. - Transnational Advocacy Networks in the Information Society, ebook

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Table of contents

Part 1. Transnational Advocacy Networks in the Global Information Society: Partners or Pawns?

1. Multistakeholderism and Contestation in the Global Governance of the Information Society
Derrick L. Cogburn

2. Contending Perspectives on Multistakeholder Global Governance: Theory, Conceptual Framework, Data, and Methods
Derrick L. Cogburn

Part 2. Global Regime Restructuring: Telecom, Internet Governance and the Information Society

3. From NWICO to Global eCommerce: Telecommunications Restructuring and the GII
Derrick L. Cogburn

4. ISOC, ICANN, and Experiments in Multistakeholder Global Internet Governance
Derrick L. Cogburn

Part 3. Transnational Advocacy Networks in the WSIS “Revolution” and Post-WSIS Institutions

5. World Summit on the Information Society: Catalyst for Transnational Advocacy and a Milestone for Multistakeholder Global Governance
Derrick L. Cogburn

6. Global Alliance for ICT and Development: What Went Right, and Wrong?
Derrick L. Cogburn

7. Internet Governance Forum: What Went Right?
Derrick L. Cogburn

8. The Civil Society Internet Governance Caucus as Transnational Advocacy Network
Derrick L. Cogburn

Part 4. Snowden and Implications for Multistakeholder Global Governance of an Information Society

9. Relinquishing the Root: Snowden, NETmundial, and the IANA Transition
Derrick L. Cogburn

10. Toward a Model of Transnational Advocacy Networks as Multistakeholder Global Governance: Conclusions and Future Research
Derrick L. Cogburn

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Political Communication, International Organization, Public Policy, Globalization, Communication Studies, Computers and Society

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Information Technology and Global Governance
Page amount
31 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137483614
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-49263-0

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