Dr Giovanni Navarria

A14 - The Quadrangle
The University of Sydney

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Navarria, G. (2011). The Internet and Representative Democracy: a doomed marriage? In Aroon Manoharan and Marc Holzer (Eds.), E-Governance and Civic Engagement: Factors and Determinants of E-Democracy, (pp. 362-379). USA: IGI Global.
  • Navarria, G. (2009). Beppe Grillo.it: One Year in the Life of an Italian Blog. In Adrienne Russell and Nabil Echchaibi (Eds.), International Blogging: Identity, Politics, and Networked Publics, (pp. 151-173). Oxford: Peter Lang AG, International Academic Publishers.
  • Navarria, G. (2008). A New TEchnology of Control: E-Government. In Vishakha Munshi (Eds.), E-Government in Developed Nations: An Insight. ICFAI University Press.

Journals

  • Navarria, G. (2014). Can Democracy Survive the Rise of Surveillance Technology? Democratic Theory, 1(2).
  • Navarria, G. (2013). Byrakrantins roll i cyberrymden (The changing role of bureaucracy in cyberspace). Ikaros, TEMA: Byrakrat in - en dem okrat isk paradox?, 1.
  • Navarria, G. (2010). Politics vs Antipolitics in Italy in the age of monitory democracy: the complex case of beppegrillo.it. New forms of citizen participation - Normative implications, 3(1), 175-188.
  • Navarria, G. (2009). Mob Rule. Centre for the Study of Democracy (CSD) Bulletin, 16(1 & 2), 24-26.
  • Navarria, G. (2009). The e-challenge to democracy. WZB-Mitteilungen, 124, 24-27.
  • Navarria, G. (2008). Political anomalies and web-based civil antibodies in Silvio Berlusconi's Del Paese. Recerca: revista de pensament i analisi, 8, 173-192. [More Information]
  • Navarria, G. (2007). The Talking Cricket. CSD Bulletin, 14(1 & 2), 1-2.
  • Navarria, G. (2006). The Three Faces of Government in the Age of the Internet and the future of Activism Under Conditions of Shared Weakness. EastBound, 1(1), 124-152.

Conferences

  • Navarria, G. (2011). The Networked Citizen of the 21st Century. ECPR General Conference 2011, Reykjavik, Iceland: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).
  • Navarria, G. (2010). e-Petitioning and Representative Democracy: a doomed marriage? Internet, Politics, Policy 2010: An Impact Assessment, UK: Oxford University.
  • Navarria, G. (2009). How the Internet won the 2008 US Presidential campaign: that fil rouge that goes from MoveOn to Obama. ECPR General Conference 2009, Colchester, United Kingdom: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).
  • Navarria, G. (2008). MoveOn and the Travel Tax, a tale of two petitions in the world of Web 2.0. Social Web Social Web - Towards Network Protest Politics, Germany: University of Siegen.
  • Navarria, G. (2008). Transparency, accountablity and representativeness. Stiftelsen Riksbankens Jubileumsfond, Conference on Civil Society, Sweden: Stiftelsen Riksbankens Jubileumsfond.
  • Navarria, G. (2008). User-generated politics, lessons learnt from the Downing Street e-Petition Website and the case of the 2007 road-tax battle. 2nd ECPR Graduate Conference, Barcelona: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).

2014

  • Navarria, G. (2014). Can Democracy Survive the Rise of Surveillance Technology? Democratic Theory, 1(2).

2013

  • Navarria, G. (2013). Byrakrantins roll i cyberrymden (The changing role of bureaucracy in cyberspace). Ikaros, TEMA: Byrakrat in - en dem okrat isk paradox?, 1.

2011

  • Navarria, G. (2011). The Internet and Representative Democracy: a doomed marriage? In Aroon Manoharan and Marc Holzer (Eds.), E-Governance and Civic Engagement: Factors and Determinants of E-Democracy, (pp. 362-379). USA: IGI Global.
  • Navarria, G. (2011). The Networked Citizen of the 21st Century. ECPR General Conference 2011, Reykjavik, Iceland: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).

2010

  • Navarria, G. (2010). e-Petitioning and Representative Democracy: a doomed marriage? Internet, Politics, Policy 2010: An Impact Assessment, UK: Oxford University.
  • Navarria, G. (2010). Politics vs Antipolitics in Italy in the age of monitory democracy: the complex case of beppegrillo.it. New forms of citizen participation - Normative implications, 3(1), 175-188.

2009

  • Navarria, G. (2009). Beppe Grillo.it: One Year in the Life of an Italian Blog. In Adrienne Russell and Nabil Echchaibi (Eds.), International Blogging: Identity, Politics, and Networked Publics, (pp. 151-173). Oxford: Peter Lang AG, International Academic Publishers.
  • Navarria, G. (2009). How the Internet won the 2008 US Presidential campaign: that fil rouge that goes from MoveOn to Obama. ECPR General Conference 2009, Colchester, United Kingdom: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).
  • Navarria, G. (2009). Mob Rule. Centre for the Study of Democracy (CSD) Bulletin, 16(1 & 2), 24-26.
  • Navarria, G. (2009). The e-challenge to democracy. WZB-Mitteilungen, 124, 24-27.

2008

  • Navarria, G. (2008). A New TEchnology of Control: E-Government. In Vishakha Munshi (Eds.), E-Government in Developed Nations: An Insight. ICFAI University Press.
  • Navarria, G. (2008). MoveOn and the Travel Tax, a tale of two petitions in the world of Web 2.0. Social Web Social Web - Towards Network Protest Politics, Germany: University of Siegen.
  • Navarria, G. (2008). Political anomalies and web-based civil antibodies in Silvio Berlusconi's Del Paese. Recerca: revista de pensament i analisi, 8, 173-192. [More Information]
  • Navarria, G. (2008). Transparency, accountablity and representativeness. Stiftelsen Riksbankens Jubileumsfond, Conference on Civil Society, Sweden: Stiftelsen Riksbankens Jubileumsfond.
  • Navarria, G. (2008). User-generated politics, lessons learnt from the Downing Street e-Petition Website and the case of the 2007 road-tax battle. 2nd ECPR Graduate Conference, Barcelona: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).

2007

  • Navarria, G. (2007). The Talking Cricket. CSD Bulletin, 14(1 & 2), 1-2.

2006

  • Navarria, G. (2006). The Three Faces of Government in the Age of the Internet and the future of Activism Under Conditions of Shared Weakness. EastBound, 1(1), 124-152.

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