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《Journal of Beijing Polytechnic University Social Sciences Edition》 2005-01
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Democracy in the Internet Age

TIAN Ke-rui ( School of Marxism Studies, Renmin University of China, Beijing 100872, China )  
The quick development of the Internet has affected democracy theories and practices deeply. It facilitates the democratization and also poses enormous challenge. The development of the Internet makes it possible that most people have access to democracy, but it also poses various obstacles. As a technology the network is neutral it takes the combined efforts of the government and individuals to realize democracy.
【CateGory Index】: D082
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