The Ukrainian presidential elections of 2004 there was a massive uprising of the Ukrainian electorate against the government’s tactics of voter fraud and election fraud. Critically evaluates and compares 10 Ukrainian websites focusing on the choice by analyzing their website activity data. Despite the lack of access to mass media, supporters of democratic change compensated by clever use of the Internet to recruit volunteers, raise money, organize campaigns, report new territory … Read more »

The Ukrainian presidential elections of 2004 there was a massive uprising of the Ukrainian electorate against the government’s tactics of voter fraud and election fraud. Critically evaluates and compares 10 Ukrainian websites focusing on the choice by analyzing their website activity data. Despite the lack of access to mass media, supporters of democratic change through clever use of the Internet to recruit volunteers, raise money, organize campaigns to report the news, and gather the sympathy of the global democratic community compensate. Comparing wider web usage and suggests that social and economic impacts.
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Myroslaw J. Kyj
Source: Business Horizons
10 pages.
Publication Date: Jan 15,, 2006. Prod #: BH186-PDF-ENG
Internet usage in the Ukraine Orange Revolution HBR case solution

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