IIJ Vol. 3 / No. 2 (2011)

Special Issue on Social Implications of ICTs in the Indonesian Context

Guest Editors' Introduction
by Merlyna Lim and Yanuar Nugroho

Cyber Taman Mini Indonesia Indah: Ethnicity and Imagi-Nation in Blogging Culture
by Endah Triastuti and Inaya Rakhmani
(Abstract) (PDF)

An assessment of Mobile Broadband Access in Indonesia: a Demand or Supply Problem?
by Ibrahim Kholilul Rohman and Erik Bohlin
(Abstract) (PDF)

The Internet and the Public Sphere in Indonesia's New Democracy: a Study of Politikana.com
by Agustina Wayansari
(Abstract) (PDF)

The Experience of NGOs in Indonesia to Develop Participatory Democracy by the Use of the Internet
by Yohanes Widodo
(Abstract) (PDF)

The Role of Local e-Government in Bureaucratic Reform in Terong, Bantul District, Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia
by Ambar Sari Dewi
(Abstract) (PDF)


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