List of Reviewers.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Systemic Conceptualizations of E–Participation, E–Governance, E–Government, Technology or Society.
2: Introduction: Searching upon the Limits of E–Government and E–Participation—A Systemic Appraisal.
3: The Problem of Governance from an Autopoietic Perspective (And a Critical Comment on the Role of ICT).
4: Technology and Government: The Pursuit of Governmental Technologies in the Present.
5: Patterns for E–Government Development.
6: Shifting Discourses on E–Government: From Piecemeal Planning to Boundaries and Traditions.
7: Mediation in the Context of E–Participation.
8: E–System for Public Health in India: Towards an Architectural Framework Incorporating Illiteracy and Linguistic Diversity.
9: E– Government Systems Architecture: Contextual and Conceptual Level.
10: A Holistic Approach to E–Government: Ongoing Research in Oman.
11: Electronic Government Implementation Projects with Multiple Agencies: Analysis of the Electronic Invoice Project Under PMBOK Framework.
12: Beyond E-Procurement: A Framework to Develop E–Government Services for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMES).
13: Emerging Forms of Community Interaction: Groups and Tools.
14: Online Communities: People and Processes.
15: Ways of Citizen Learning: Political Deliberation on the Internet.
16: Articulated Planning.
17: E–Configurations, Citizens and the State.
18: Building the Digital Government in Regions: Success Factors and Institutional Barriers in Spanish Comunidades Autónomas.
19: The Process of E–Government Public Policy Inclusion in the Governmental Agenda: A Framework for Assessment and Case Study.
20: A Historical Perspective of the Development of E–Gov in Brazil.
21: E–Government and Its Evaluation in South East Europe: The Case of Albania.
22: Internet and Political Parties in Chile.
23: Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and Government: A Challenge to the Concept of Citizenship?.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.