E-Democracy And E-Participation Bundle: E-Transformation In Governance: New Directions In Government And Politics, 1st Edition

  • Matti Malkia
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  • ISBN-10: 1591401313
  • ISBN-13: 9781591401315
  • DDC: 352.3
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 317 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2004 | Published/Released October 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2004

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ETRANSFORMATION IN GOVERNANCE: NEW DIRECTIONS IN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS is about transformation in government and governance due to the information society development. The book provides conceptual clarification of the e-transformation in governance, and presents empirical findings on the recent developments in Western countries. The book provides innovative and fresh views to recent developments and practices of e-governance.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
eTransformation in Governance: New Directions in Government and Politics: Table of Contents.
1: Introduction.
2: eTransformation in Government, Politics and Society: Conceptual Framework and Introduction.
3: Introduction to Democratic e-Governance.
4: Involving Citizens.
5: Teledemocratic Innovations That Public Officials Ignore — at Our Great Peril.
6: Public Involvement in Public Administration in the Information Age: Speculations on the Effects of Technology.
7: ICTs and the Communicative Conditions for Democracy: A Local Experiment with Web-Mediated Civic Publicness.
8: Restructuring Public Administration.
9: Public Administration for a Democratic Society: Instilling Public Trust through Greater Collaboration with Citizens.
10: Bureaucratic Discretion and Deliberative Democracy.
11: The Moderator in Government-Initiated Internet Discussions: Facilitator or Source of Bias?.
12: Building Urban and Regional Communities.
13: Metropolitan Governance and Telecommunications Policy: Changing Perceptions of Place and Local Governance in the Information Society.
14: Building Regional Communities in an Information Age: The Case of Greater Western Sydney.
15: Responding to the Information Needs of Citizens in an Open Society: The Role of Smart Communities.
16: Citizen Access to Information in the Information Age.
17: What's New? Perspectives on Freedom of Information and the Internet.
18: Bridging the Digital Divide: Developments in Scotland.
19: Globalization, Citizenship and New Information Technologies: From the MAI to Seattle.
About the Authors.