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Civil Society 2.0? How the Internet Changes State-Society Relations: The Case of Cuba

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gitimacy and Eciency of Political Systems ___________________________
Civil Society 2.0?:
How the Internet Changes State- So
ciety Relations
in Authoritarian Regimes: The Case of Cuba
Bert Homann
No 156 January 2011

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Debating Cuban Exceptionalism , London/New York: Palgrave, 2007 (edited with Laurence Whitehead).

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1. Introduction
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ivil Society in the 1990s: The Quest for Associational Autonomy—Along with its Limits
3. Enter the Internet: The Public Sphere in Transnational Times
4. Asserting Citizenship: The Public Sphere and Civil Society in the Internet Era
5. From Voice via Web to Civil Society Action?
6. Conclusions

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