|Welcome to the i-pol website. The website features academic resources [literature, research, data and news] about
Internet and politics.
It is designed with a static homepage.
Navigation is intuitive:
- the website is updated weekly through i-blog, a weblog on Internet and politics
- our research projects are filed in the projects section
- our papers, reports and publications are all included in the publications section
- links to research on Internet and politics are filed under resources
- our bios are under people, should you feel adventurous.
The site has been running for five years, home of three ESRC-funded research projects. Material from these projects is available in the
For any further inquiries, please get in touch.