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#virtualapsa2012: Issues of and Responses to Internet Governance

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Streamed live on Aug 31, 2012

#virtualapsa Panel Issues of and Responses to Internet Governance
(full panel description below; additional details can be found on the APSA page https://www.apsanet.org/mtgs/program_...).
Please contact the authors directly if you are interested in full papers.

The recorded HangOut features:
Introduction by Jane Fountain (0:00:00-0:03:05)

Presentation by JP Singh & Mikkel Flyverbom (0:03:06-0:15:06)

Presentation by Daniel Esser (0:15:35-0:39:41)

Comments by Irene Wu (0:40:35-0:44:44)

Final round of comments (0:45:00-1:03:00)

The original APSA conference panel description:

Information Technology and Politics
40-3 Issues of and Responses to Internet Governance

Chair(s): Jane E. Fountain, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Author(s):
Ecologies of Representation: Knowledge, Networks, & Innovation in Internet Governance
Nanette S. Levinson, American University

Representing Power: Participation and Deliberation in ICT4D Projects and Internet Governance
J. P. Singh, George Mason University
Mikkel Flyverbom, Copenhagen Business School

Identifying Multistakeholder Policy Preferences in the UN Internet Governance Forum Using Computer Assisted Content Analysis
Derrick L. Cogburn, American University
William Hea, American University
Ayanfe Olonade, American University

Do Social Media Reproduce or Challenge Global Development Rituals? A Content Analysis of Blogs and Tweets on the 2010 MDG Summit
Daniel E. Esser, American University
Tobias Denskus, University of Sussex

The Professionalization of Crisis Mapping: Adapting to the Demands of the United Nations Humanitarian Emergency Bureaucracy
Ted Perlmutter, New York University

Discussant(s): Irene S. Wu, Federal Communications Commission

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