Constitutional Jurisdictions in the ICT Revolution: Looking for legitimacy through communication by Tania Groppi
Tania Groppi in Constitutional Jurisdictions in the ICT Revolution: Looking for legitimacy through communication explores the escalating significance of constitutional and supreme courts communication with public opinion, highlighting the transformative role of new technologies. The author examines generators, objects, tools, and recipients of communication across 27 constitutional jurisdictions globally and deploys three key methods: website and social media analysis, a dedicated questionnaire for scholars, and a review of limited publications on the subject. The author reveals a notable shift in communication strategies by analysing courts over the last fifteen years. The conclusion delves into reasons for this transformation, associated risks, particularly amid democratic backsliding, and addressing a crucial gap in constitutional democracy that merits scholarly attention.