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Wednesday, June 29, 2005

French political culture and the use of blog as a new political tool

France is experiencing a new kind of political activism.


French were laggard in terms of Internet Use, but they are bloggers of the high couture.


Political Culture and the use of blogging

In America political blogging has become a part of the political communication of political parties:


The thesis is that a politcial culture of a country determine the use of blogging.

In authoritarian regimes in the Arabland the blog will certaily hepl poeple to articulate their ideas and exchange opinion on matters such politics, religion and sex.

If the political role of ASB has been strongly argued. The same could be said for Blogging.

Arab world is waiting this kind of political change.


Sunday, June 26, 2005

The availability of low-cost, low maintenance authoring software means blogs are far easier to construct and update than websites

At the moment, activitst blogging in the Arab world is still in its early years and open to a great deal of experimentation. As blogging evolves it will secure a place in the political communication.

Blogs despair at Iran hardline vote

Iranian bloggers have been reacting to the landslide victory of hardliner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, with a mixture of shock, anger, despair, cynicism and irony.

Sunday, June 19, 2005

Blogs lauded in 'freedom awards'

The best weblogs on the net which have defended freedom of expression have been recognised in the Freedom Blogs awards, voted for by the public.

Sunday, June 12, 2005

A little less censorship?

Internet censorship is increasingly common, says technology commentator Bill Thompson, but making small gains in freedom may be enough.
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