E-Democracy And E-Participation Bundle: Politics, Democracy, And E-Government: Participation And Service Delivery, 1st Edition

  • Christopher G. Reddick
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  • ISBN-10: 1615209344
  • ISBN-13: 9781615209347
  • DDC: 352.3
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 489 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released October 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011

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Overview

This book examines how e-government impacts politics and democracy in both developed and developing countries.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Reviewers.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Preface.
Acknowledgment.
1: E–Participation.
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.
10: E–Democracy.
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.
19: E–Governance.
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.
Index.