Electronic Participation

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Social Media and Counter-Democracy: The Contingences of Participation.- 

E-Consultations: A Review of Current Practice and a Proposal for Opening Up the Process.- Choosing the Right Medium for Municipal eParticipation Based on Stakeholder Expectations.- A Communication Genre Perspective on e-Petitioning: The Case of the Citizens’ Initiative.- Citizens’ Evaluation of an Online Argument Visualisation Platform for eParticipation.- PolicyCommons — Visualizing Arguments in Policy Consultation.- Structuring Japanese Regional Information Gathered from the Web as Linked Open Data for Use in Concern Assessment.- Using Online Carbon Calculators for Participation in Local Climate Initiatives.- Reference Process Model for Participatory Budgeting in Germany.- Getting Teenagers to Participate: A Survey of the Youth Council of the City of Lausanne.- Model Based Critique of Policy Proposals.- Online Communities Support Policy-Making: The Need for Data Analysis.- Exploiting eParticipation Using an Ontological Approach.- Public Policy Formulation through Non Moderated Crowdsourcing in Social Media.

E-Consultations: A Review of Current Practice and a Proposal for Opening Up the Process.- Choosing the Right Medium for Municipal eParticipation Based on Stakeholder Expectations.- A Communication Genre Perspective on e-Petitioning: The Case of the Citizens’ Initiative.- Citizens’ Evaluation of an Online Argument Visualisation Platform for eParticipation.- PolicyCommons — Visualizing Arguments in Policy Consultation.- Structuring Japanese Regional Information Gathered from the Web as Linked Open Data for Use in Concern Assessment.- Using Online Carbon Calculators for Participation in Local Climate Initiatives.- Reference Process Model for Participatory Budgeting in Germany.- Getting Teenagers to Participate: A Survey of the Youth Council of the City of Lausanne.- Model Based Critique of Policy Proposals.- Online Communities Support Policy-Making: The Need for Data Analysis.- Exploiting eParticipation Using an Ontological Approach.- Public Policy Formulation through Non Moderated Crowdsourcing in Social Media.
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Information Systems and Applications, incl. Internet/Web, and HCI Band 7444

Electronic Participation

Fourth IFIP WG 8.5 International Conference, ePart 2012, Kristiansand, Norway, September 3-5, 2012, Proceedings

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07.08.2012

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Efthimios Tambouris + weitere

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Springer Berlin

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07.08.2012

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Springer Berlin

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171

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289 g

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2012

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Englisch

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  • Social Media and Counter-Democracy: The Contingences of Participation.- 

    E-Consultations: A Review of Current Practice and a Proposal for Opening Up the Process.- Choosing the Right Medium for Municipal eParticipation Based on Stakeholder Expectations.- A Communication Genre Perspective on e-Petitioning: The Case of the Citizens’ Initiative.- Citizens’ Evaluation of an Online Argument Visualisation Platform for eParticipation.- PolicyCommons — Visualizing Arguments in Policy Consultation.- Structuring Japanese Regional Information Gathered from the Web as Linked Open Data for Use in Concern Assessment.- Using Online Carbon Calculators for Participation in Local Climate Initiatives.- Reference Process Model for Participatory Budgeting in Germany.- Getting Teenagers to Participate: A Survey of the Youth Council of the City of Lausanne.- Model Based Critique of Policy Proposals.- Online Communities Support Policy-Making: The Need for Data Analysis.- Exploiting eParticipation Using an Ontological Approach.- Public Policy Formulation through Non Moderated Crowdsourcing in Social Media.

    E-Consultations: A Review of Current Practice and a Proposal for Opening Up the Process.- Choosing the Right Medium for Municipal eParticipation Based on Stakeholder Expectations.- A Communication Genre Perspective on e-Petitioning: The Case of the Citizens’ Initiative.- Citizens’ Evaluation of an Online Argument Visualisation Platform for eParticipation.- PolicyCommons — Visualizing Arguments in Policy Consultation.- Structuring Japanese Regional Information Gathered from the Web as Linked Open Data for Use in Concern Assessment.- Using Online Carbon Calculators for Participation in Local Climate Initiatives.- Reference Process Model for Participatory Budgeting in Germany.- Getting Teenagers to Participate: A Survey of the Youth Council of the City of Lausanne.- Model Based Critique of Policy Proposals.- Online Communities Support Policy-Making: The Need for Data Analysis.- Exploiting eParticipation Using an Ontological Approach.- Public Policy Formulation through Non Moderated Crowdsourcing in Social Media.