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Reconsidering the analysis of the uses of ICTs by political parties : an application to the Catalan case
Batlle Rubio, Albert; Borge Bravo, Rosa; Cardenal Izquierdo, Ana Sofía; Padró-Solanet, Albert
E-Governance: electronic administration and democracy. GADE
For years a literature on the uses that political parties make of information andcommunication technologies (ICTs) has been developed. It is a rapidly increasing, rich,and interesting field in the forefront of the investigation in political science. Generally,these works start from the expectation that the ICTs have a regenerative potential forliberal democracies and for the political parties as well. In developed societies, politicalparties have experienced some transformations that have leaded them to an increasingdivorce with the public. This divorce is shown by the decay of party adscription andmembership, and also by the decay of the conventional political participation. In thetheoretical discussion this situation has been described as ¿the crisis of the democracy¿(Norris, 1999). According to the more radically oriented scholars this crisis reflects theincapacities of liberal democracies. In this sense, ICTs suppose a great opportunity tosurpass the representative institutions and to institutionalize new forms of directdemocracy. More moderate scholars have considered that ICTs offer the opportunity for¿renaissance¿ for representative institutions, as they can reinforce the bonds between thepublic and its representatives.
Political parties -- Catalonia
Political parties -- Spain
Internet -- Political aspects
Partits polítics -- Catalunya
Partits polítics -- Espanya
Internet -- Aspectes polítics
Partidos políticos -- Cataluña
Partidos políticos -- España
Internet -- Aspectos políticos
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