Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Reviewers.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
2: The Potential of E–Participation in Sustainable Development Evaluation: Evidence from Case Studies.
3: Citizens and E–Government Service Delivery: Techniques to Increase Citizen Participation.
4: E–Government and Citizen Participation in Chile: The Case of Ministries Websites.
5: E–Government and Opportunities for Participation: The Case of the Mexican State Web Portals.
6: A Comparative Analysis of Local Agenda 21 Websites in Turkey in Terms of E–Participation.
7: Government 2.0 in Korea: Focusing on E–Participation Services.
8: Internet Use and Political Participation of American Youth: The Campaign of 2008.
9: Participatory E–Planning: Bridging Theory and Practice through Improvements in Technology.
11: Perception Differences of Online Voting between Young and Senior Voters.
12: 24–7 Government, the Permanent Campaign, and e–Democracy: Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick's Interactive Website.
13: UK E–Voting: A Lost Opportunity for Participatory Democracy.
14: Deliberation, Participation, and “Pockets” of E–Democracy.
15: A Review of City Portals: The Transformation of Service Provision under the Democratization of the Fourth Phase.
16: E–Government and the EU: Democratisation through Technology?.
17: Evaluating Social Networking in Public Diplomacy.
18: Online Activism and Computer Mediated Communications.
20: Digital Cities: Towards Connected Citizens and Governance.
21: Explaining the Global Digital Divide: The Impact of Public Policy Initiatives on E–Government Capacity and Reach Worldwide.
22: Helping to Bridge the Digital Divide with Free Software and Services.
23: Citizen Consultation from Above and Below: The Australian Perspective.
24: E–Government in Brazil: Reinforcing Dominant Institutions or Reducing Citizenship?.
25: “Potential” Barriers to E–Government Implementation in Developing Countries.
26: Ontology Driven E–Government.
27: Virtual Neighborhoods and E–Government: A Case Study Comparison.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.