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Title E-governance and civic engagement : factors and determinants of e-democracy / Aroon Manoharan and Marc Holzer, editors
Published Hershey, Pa. : IGI Global (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA), [2012]
copyright 2012
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Description 1 online resource (636 pages) : digital files
Contents 1. The ARRA websites through the lens of digital accountability and citizen engagement / M. Ernita Joaquin and Thomas J. Greitens -- 2. Exploring determinants of governmental transparency: the case of municipal websites as a tool for proactive dissemination / Erin L. Borry -- 3. E-Government for transparency in Mexico: advances and limits in promoting open government and citizen engagement / Cristina Gal̐Μưindez-Hern̐Μưandez and Ernesto Velasco-S̐Μưanchez -- 4. E-procurement: understanding implementation / Daniel Bromberg, Karina Saldivar and Marc Fudge -- 5. E-disclosure of campaign finance information: agenda setting and policy change / Ramona McNea -- 6. Courts on screen: E-government and the increase of judicial transparency / Roberto Fragale Filho -- 7. Accessibility and usability issues / Eugene Monaco ... [and others] -- 8. Facilitating knowledge sharing in E-governance: online spatial displays as translating devices / Jarkko Bamberg and Pauliina Lehtonen -- 9. E-Governance in Slovenia: National Assembly and its Website as a tool for active citizen participation / Suzana ̐ΜưZilic Fi̐Μưser, Sandra Ba̐Μưsic, Dejan Vercic and Petra Cafnik -- 10. The global digital divide and its impact on E-governance / Michael Howell-Moroney -- 11. Global digital divide: language gap and post-communism in Mongolia / Undrahbuyan Baasanjav -- 12. Internal digital divide in organizations / Kerstin Grund̐Μưen --
13. Municipal government and the interactive Web: trends and issues for civic engagement / Benedict S. Jimenez, Karen Mossberger and Yonghong Wu -- 14. Small communities and the limits of E-government engagement: a northeast Ohio case study / John Hoornbeek, Kent Sowards and Brian Kelley -- 15. Internet and citizen participation: state of the art, factors and determinants at local level in Catalonia / Clelia Colombo -- 16. Who participates now ... and why?: a case study of modern interest participation and bureaucratic decision-making in the age of E-government / William G. Resh -- 17. Introducing psychological factors into E-participation research / Noella Edelmann and Peter Cruickshank -- 18. The Internet and representative democracy: a doomed marriage? Lessons learned from the Downing Street E-Petition Website and the case of the 2007 Road-Tax Petition / Giovanni Navarria -- 19. ICTs for empowerment?: disability organizations and the democratizing potential of Web 2.0 in Scotland / Filippo Trevisan -- 20. A longitudinal study of political technology use by nonprofit child advocacy organizations / John G. McNutt and Janice Barlow -- 21. How young people are using communication technologies as platforms and pathways to engagement: what the research tells us / Christopher Peter Latimer and J. Richard Kendrick -- 22. E-democracy postponed: public policy design the key to UK E-voting / Mark Liptrott --
23. The Internet as the public sphere: deliberative democracy and civic engagement / Jarice Hanson and Alina Hogea -- 24. Empowering people using Twitter: the case of Mexico's Internet tax / Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan and Mario Arturo Gutierrez-Alonso -- 25. Local government use of Web 2.0: Los Angeles County perspective / Raoul J. Freeman and Peter Loo -- 26. The Obama effect: the perception of campaigning 2.0 in Swedish national election 2010 / Anne Kaun and Carina Guyard -- 27. Performance measurement and E-reporting: exploring trailblazing programs / Kathryn Kloby -- 28. Democracy as the missing link: global rankings of E-governance in Southeast Asia / Jacques DM Gimeno -- 29. ICT, Unique identity and inclusive growth: an Indian perspective / K. M. Mital -- 30. From E-government to E-governance: winning people's trust / Mohammad Nabil Almunawar, Patrick Kim Cheng Low, Mohammad Habibur Rahman and Fadzliwati Mohiddin
Summary "This book examines how e-government facilitates online public reporting, two-way communication and debate, online citizen participation in decision-making, and citizen satisfaction with e-governance"--Provided by publisher
Analysis Bureaucratic decision making
Determinants of governmental transparency
Digital accountability
Citizen engagement
E-disclosure of campaign finance information
Global digital divide
ICTs for empowerment
Knowledge sharing
Municipal government
Interactive Web
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Mode of access: World Wide Web
Description based on title screen (IGI Global, viewed October 21, 2011)
Subject Internet in public administration.
Electronic government information.
Communication in public administration -- Technological innovations.
Political participation -- Technological innovations.
Decision making -- Citizen participation.
Political planning -- Citizen participation.
Form Electronic book
Author Manoharan, Aroon, 1979-
Holzer, Marc.
IGI Global.
LC no. 2011017837
ISBN 9781613500842 (ebook)