Graduate student in political philosophy. My interests include issues relating to information society theory and the rise of information and communication technology.

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Publications:
Two Competing Visions of Culture and Identity in Cyberspace: The Information Society Era and the Faith of the Modern Political State

Generally, this paper examines how state institutions have been transformed by information technology, and more specifically, the expression of cultures and identities that are central to the state legitimacy.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Article: Electronic

$US5.00