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Dinosaurs in cyberspace? British trade unions and the internet.
Paper presented at Political Studies Association annual conference.
|Contributions||Lusoli, Wainer., University of Salford. European Studies Research Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
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This article studies the internet media communication of 12 organizations representing Czech trade union, feminist, human rights and environmental movements. Drawing on Cited by: 3. Wainer Lusoli (born March 1, ) is an Italian academic, trained as a political scientist and policy has worked on policy areas including science policy, open science, science in society, political participation, electronic democracy, digital identity, social computing and cloud computing.
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Stephen J. Ward and Lusoli, Wainer () Dinosaurs in Cyberspace. British Trade Unions and the Internet. British Trade Unions and the Internet. European Journal of Communication, 18(2), pp.
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