My research deals with information policy and politics. More specifically, I deal with three areas of studies: (1) Information control (gatekeeping); (2) Digital divide; and (3) E-Gov and E-Business in comparative analysis.
Threads of Research
The information control thread of research started as part of my Ph.d dissertation, and later branched out to more refined and specific topics and also to the other threads (digital divide, and eGov and eBusiness in comparative analysis). Hence, the analysis from an angle of information control and politics is combined with other projects. The topic […] ... Read More
The second stream of research that derives as part of my interest in the area of information policy is digital divide. My motivation to research the domain came again from questions of power and information, and more specifically the need to understand inequalities in distribution of information technology, its content, use and context. The interest […] ... Read More
This is the third thread of my research that deals with information policy. In contrast to the other two threads that are inter-related, this subject is a stand-alone thread of research. Again the main theme that interests me in this research is to understand the information politics of decision makers when they address challenges in […] ... Read More