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North American Cyber New Regionalism in Canada

Online Cultural Borderlands and Change through New Media


From: Borders, Culture, and Globalization


This chapter seeks to answer two key questions: How will the lack of domestic control over the Internet contribute to Canadian culture? What are the implications of any possible changes in Canadian culture?



Alexander Rudolph

Alexander Rudolph is a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science at Carleton University, in Ottawa. His research primarily explores structural explanations for state-society relations in cyberspace, with a focus on cyber conflict and strategic thought of cyberspace. His dissertation work explores explanations of cyber conflict through structuration theory influenced by information security and hacker methodology. Outside of his academic work, Alex is also a consultant and policy analyst.