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Rivista di Digital Politics
Recent developments in communication and information technologies are rapidly transforming our individual and collective lives. Politics is changing, from the way consensus is built to the way governments are run, eroding the roots of party-political organization and impacting on processes of formation – and dissolution – of their leadership.
Scientific research is exploring these paradigm shifts, calling into question perspectives and frameworks (of reference) that have existed for centuries. New areas for reflection are opening up: from initiatives offered by leading publishing companies – for example the new Oxford Studies in Digital Politics series – to new books and manuals that respond to rapid restructuring of the educational offer within national academic curricula – and the Routledge Handbook of Digital Politics is one such example. Making systematic and in-depth investigation of the changes under way a necessity.
Responding to a gap in the current publishing market, The Review of Digital Politics provides an opportunity for elaboration and documentation of processes of political transformation related to digital change. The Review is published three times a year by Il Mulino, open access, and offers peer-reviewed articles in English and Italian.
RDP will analyze the role of digital in democratic and non-democratic structures, the changes regarding key players in representative structures, the way processes of production and implementation of public policy play out, changing citizenship profiles, the increasingly mobile divide between public and private, the relationship between digital and security studies, and the analysis of big data and metadata as new sources – and paradigms – of knowledge.
The inter-disciplinary approach is sensitive to changes in the information ecosystem that revolve around the role of social media: from the platform society to analytics, from cyberwar to the frontiers of open access digital education.
Editor Mauro Calise Editorial Board Donatella Campus, Maurizio Ferraris, Antonio Funiciello, Paolo Gerbaudo, Fortunato Musella, Paolo Natale, Antonio Pescapè, Daniela Piana, Stefano Quintarelli, Susanna Sancassani, Vincenzo Trione, Cristian Vaccari Editorial Management Marco Valbruzzi (coordinatore), Federica Nunziata, Luigi Rullo, Mauro Santaniello Web Reviews Editor Valentina Reda International Advisory Board Giuliano Amato, Francesco Amoretti, Adam Arvidsson, Carla Barbati, Sara Bentivegna, Giliberto Capano, Marta Cartabia, Sabino Cassese, Ilvo Diamanti, Rita di Leo, José van Dijck, Susan Halford, Derrick de Kerckhove, Norbert Kersting, Marianne Kneuer, Nando Pagnoncelli, Werner J. Patzelt, Francesco Raniolo, Andrea Renda, Franca Roncarolo, Yves Schemeil, Philippe Schmitter.
Rights and authorizations. Authors having a contribution accepted for publication must fill and sign this letter of authorization. The letter must be returned to the Journal. If the letter is not returned, the contribution may be precluded its being published.
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Il Mulino adopts and promotes specific guidelines about publishing ethics.
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