Perceptions of Online Political Participation and Freedom of Expression: An Exploratory Study in Cambodia

Jayson W. Richardson, John B. Nash, Amanda King


This article focuses on Cambodian Internet users’ perceptions of online freedom of expression as well as their perceptions of online political participation. This exploratory research focuses on the data from 895 Cambodians gathered through an electronic survey delivered to a simple random sample of 35,000 Cambodian smartphone users. The study concludes with a discussion on policy, practice, and future research about online expression and online political participation both in Cambodia and in the greater field of international development.

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