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Power and Interdependence with Internet
The modern world is transforming all intellectual domains. This transformation is responsible for both convergence and divergence of ideas, their respective paradigms, and influencing spheres. Modern-day researchers and theorists have induced continuous efforts to redefine power, and the notion of interdependence, understand their meaning and practical interpretations and tried to develop a direct and more scientific approach towards these socio-political integers. Nevertheless, usage of the internet has expanded other grounds to underline extended dimensions of power and interdependence and explore their dynamics in a virtual age. What is the internet? How does it coincide with the structure of power and a socio-virtual world of interdependence? And how does it become a model of governance parallel to the real world? These questions briefly fall into the domain of this study.
Dr. Asma Iqbal
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Government Graduate College for Women Samanabad, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Muhammad Rafi Khan
Lecturer/Research Officer, Minhaj University Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan