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This paper revolves around Information Communication Technologies and you are required to demonstrate a comment of models of the new media and evaluate the control systems that regulate political activism on the internet. Furthermore, you are asked to assess the implications for global civil society of the digital divide and for political elites of increasing internet consumption. Also, you are required to explain the contextual factors that facilitate social netwar in your report and analyse hoe terrorist use the internet. Finally, you are to assess whether ICTs can create bridging social capital in divided societies in your report.
·To define the models of how Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) change power relations within nation-states; ·To analyse critically international conceptions of freedom on the Internet; ·To examine how ICTs are used to manage conflict in both democratic and non-democratic nation-states; ·To analyse how terrorists use ICTs; ·To define the `social netwar` model and its implications for social movements; ·To analyse the role of the Internet in generating social capital in both democratic and authoritarian nation-states; ·To analyse critically the role of the Internet in the development of global civil society.
·Demonstrate a command of models of the new media; ·Evaluate critically the control systems that regulate political activism on the Internet; ·Assess the implications for global civil society of the `digital divide`; ·Assess the implications for political elites of increasing Internet consumption in both democratic and authoritarian nation-states; ·Explain the contextual factors that facilitate social netwar; ·Analyse critically how terrorists use the Internet; ·Assess whether ICTs can generate bridging social capital in divided societies;