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Welcometothe?rstintheePartseriesofannualinternationalconferences.ePart is dedicated to reviewing research advances in both social and technological scienti?c domains, seeking to demonstrate new concepts, methods and styles of eParticipation. ePart is dedicated to innovative and rigorous eParticipation research. It aims to bring together researchers from a wide range of academic disciplines and provide the scienti?c community with a platform for discussing and advancing research ?ndings. The conference itself is preceded by a doctoral colloquium providing young researchers with the important opportunity to be part of the eParticipation research community. This book bringstogether 16 papers representing the completed, compreh- siveresearchof41authorswithfromcountriesrangingfromSwedentoAustralia. Re?ecting on the highly complex and multi-faceted nature of eParticipation - search undertaken by these authors, the papers are clustered under the three headings: - Research Review and Outlook - Evaluation and Assessment - Tools, Techniques and Case Studies Papers include those that consider future multi-disciplinary research directions, examine the potential contribution of social networking sites to political enga- ment, provide evaluation frameworks for both eParticipation policy and speci?c projects, and those that describe emerging tools and techniques with which to conduct and analyze eParticipation. The ongoing research, projects, and general development issues, which have alsobeenacceptedforePart2009,arepublishedinacomplementaryproceedings volume by Trauner Druck, Linz, Austria.


Research Review and Outlook.- eParticipation: The Research Gaps.- ICT Is Not Participation Is Not Democracy - eParticipation Development Models Revisited.- Public Policies on eParticipation in Austria.- A Tale of Six Countries: eParticipation Research from an Administration and Political Perspective.- The Role of Social Networking Services in eParticipation.- eParticipation for Political Education: Challenges and Opportunities.- Evaluation and Assessment.- Evaluating eParticipation Sophistication of Regional Authorities Websites: The Case of Greece and Spain.- Enacting e-Participation Tools: Assemblages in the Stream of Life.- DoIT Right: Measuring Effectiveness of Different eConsultation Designs.- The Use of Facebook in National Election Campaigns: Politics as Usual?.- Fostering e-Participation at the Urban Level: Outcomes from a Large Field Experiment.- Tools, Techniques and Case Studies.- Using Argument Visualization to Enhance e-Participation in the Legislation Formation Process.- Automated Analysis of e-Participation Data by Utilizing Associative Networks, Spreading Activation and Unsupervised Learning.- Enabling eParticipation of the Youth in the Public Debate on Legislation in Austria: A Critical Reflection.- eParticipation for Adolescent Citizens (in Austria).- Democracy to Come: Active Forums as Indicator Suites for e-Participation and e-Governance.


Titel: Electronic Participation
Untertitel: First International Conference, ePart 2009 Linz, Austria, August 31-September 4, 2009 Proceedings
EAN: 9783642037818
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Anwendungs-Software
Anzahl Seiten: 187
Veröffentlichung: 24.08.2009
Dateigrösse: 2.9 MB

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