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Electronic Participation
Efthimios Tambouris, Ann Macintosh, Hans Bruijn
Front Matter

Appreciation of Social Media


Understanding TwitterTM Use among Parliament Representatives: A Genre Analysis
Øystein Sæbø
1-12
Left and Right in the Blogosphere: Ideological Differences in Online Campaigning
Joachim Åström, Martin Karlsson
13-24
Social Media and Political Participation: Are Facebook, Twitter and YouTube Democratizing Our Political Systems?
Robin Effing, Jos Hillegersberg, Theo Huibers
25-35
Combining Social and Government Open Data for Participatory Decision-Making
Evangelos Kalampokis, Michael Hausenblas, Konstantinos Tarabanis
36-47
Extracting Semantic Knowledge from Twitter
Peter Teufl, Stefan Kraxberger
48-59

Visualising Arguments


Argument Visualization for eParticipation: Towards a Research Agenda and Prototype Tool
Neil Benn, Ann Macintosh
60-73
Evaluation of an Argument Visualisation Platform by Experts and Policy Makers
Efthimios Tambouris, Efpraxia Dalakiouridou, Eleni Panopoulou, Konstantinos Tarabanis
74-86
ArgVis: Structuring Political Deliberations Using Innovative Visualisation Technologies
Areti Karamanou, Nikolaos Loutas, Konstantinos Tarabanis
87-98

Understanding eParticipation


eParticipation Research: A Longitudinal Overview
Rony Medaglia
99-108
Power and Participation in Digital Late Modernity: Towards a Network Logic
Jakob Svensson
109-120
Inform-Consult-Empower: A Three-Tiered Approach to eParticipation
Deirdre Lee, Nikolaos Loutas, Elena Sánchez-Nielsen, Esen Mogulkoc, Oli Lacigova
121-132
Design Thinking and Participation: Lessons Learned from Three Case Studies
Olivier Glassey, Jean-Henry Morin, Patrick Genoud, Giorgio Pauletto
133-144
Reference Framework for E-participation Projects
Sabrina Scherer, Maria Wimmer
145-156

eParticipation Initiatives and Country Studies


Measure to Improve: A Study of eParticipation in Frontrunner Dutch Municipalities
Anne Veenstra, Marijn Janssen, Andreas Boon
157-168
Direct Democracy Catalysed by Resident-to-Resident Online Deliberation
Rean Merwe, Anthony Meehan
169-179
Knowledge as Power on the Internet
Zelinna Pablo, Cynthia Hardy
180-191
Revisiting the Conceptualisation of e-Campaigning: Putting Campaign Back in e-Campaigning Research
Hugo Gong, Miriam Lips, Mary Tate
192-203
An Overview Assessment of ePetitioning Tools in the English Local Government
Panagiotis Panagiotopoulos, Christopher Moody, Tony Elliman
204-215
Questão Pública: First Voting Advice Application in Latin America
Alejandra Marzuca, Uwe Serdült, Yanina Welp
216-227
iLeger: A Web Based Application for Participative Elections
Artur Sousa, Pedro Agante, Luís Gouveia
228-239

Participation and eServices


One for All, All for One – Performing Citizen Driven Development of Public E-Services
Katarina Gidlund
240-251
Talking about Public Service Processes
Bruna Diirr, Renata Araujo, Claudia Cappelli
252-261
Innovation and Evolution of Services: Role of Initiatives
Anastasiya Yurchyshyna, Abdelaziz Khadraoui, Wanda Opprecht, Michel Léonard
262-273

Innovative Technologies


Citizen Engagement with Information Aggregation Markets
Efthimios Bothos, Dimitris Apostolou, Gregoris Mentzas
274-285
Towards a Structured Online Consultation Tool
Adam Wyner, Katie Atkinson, Trevor Bench-Capon
286-297
A Review of Opinion Mining Methods for Analyzing Citizens’ Contributions in Public Policy Debate
Manolis Maragoudakis, Euripidis Loukis, Yannis Charalabidis
298-313

 

 


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