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Making eParticipation policy - a European analysis : social and political trends in eParticipation: the public policy and the civil society perspectives

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Freschi, Anna Carola; Coleman, Stephen; Mambrey, Peter (ed.)

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Abstract The creative and disruptive characteristics of digital networks have profound consequences for the production of citizenship, which has always been technologically constructed, but now derives its significance from a tension between elite intentions and network flows. Our aim in this paper is to explore this tension empirically by interrogating the process of policy-making with regard to eParticipation in six European countries.
Keywords electronic democracy; deliberation; computer-mediated communication; new media; Europe; network; civil society; participation; citizens' participation; network society; political participation; Internet; international comparison
Classification Political Process, Elections, Political Sociology, Political Culture; Interactive, electronic Media
Method descriptive study; empirical
Free Keywords eDemocracy; e-deliberation; digital public sphere; online public sphere; policy making and new media; eParticipation; online collective action; European democracies; Europe; innovative policy making; digital democracy
Document language English
Publication Year 2009
Publisher DEMO-Net Consortium
Page/Pages 57 p.
Series DEMO-net Booklet Series, 14.2 & 14.4
Status Preprint; not reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works
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