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Summary of the CeDEM13 - E-Democracy and Open Government

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    Closing CeDem13 Closing CeDem13 Presentation Transcript

    • Agenda#1 Summary#2 Documentation & Figures#3 Call4Papers#4 Programme#5 Thanks to#6 Media Coverage#7 Great Errors in human history
    • #1 Summary
    • “Wisely Crowdsourcing”
    • Terminology Confusion(e)-Democracy?Open GovernmentDeliberation?Beyond Habermasian ;-)Feedbackloop …
    • Who invented eDemocracy?
    • History Repeating
    • Feedbackloop ;-)
    • We built it and they didn’t come."What happens after mobilisation?”homophily, fragmentation, following the herd, network gatekeepingParticipation is lowGovernment is unable to deal with social issuesPeople dont trust government
    • There is a lightat the end of the tunnel?We challenge the Government!Open Data is on the way!Bottom Up Movements are quit successful
    • Forgettraditionaltop downeparticipation!
    • 1# We have to rethink GovernmentWhat would Max Weber do?2# Open X projects are Trojan horses
    • What would Max Weber do?
    • #2 Documentation& Figures
    • #cedem12http://www.slideshare.net/dgpazegovzpi/presentationshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/e-governance/digitalgovernment.wordpress.com/
    • Participants89
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/e-governance/Who the ### is Gustav?
    • Figures: Submissions
    • Figures: Accepted Papers
    • Figures: Acception Rate%
    • Figures: Participants~23?countries
    • #3 Call4Papers
    • Best Papers CeDEM2013
    • May 2014, Krems
    • Autumn 2014, Hong Kong
    • #4 Programme
    • PhD ColloquiumIn cooperation with• Liquid Democracy-Norm, Code and Developers of Democracy beyond RepresentationAnja Adler• Exploring E-Voting for ParticipationVasilis Vlachokyriakos• The Limits of Political Participation and Electronic PlatformsJorge Francisco Aguirre-Sala• Crowdsourcing for Social Change in the Global South: Challenges and PossibilitiesBuddhadeb Halder• Politische Kommunikation bei Whlkämpfen zum Europäischen Parlament – Vergleich nationaler Wahlkämpfe in Österreichmit dem Wahlkampf zum Europäischen ParlamentGerda Füricht-Fiegl• Die Bedeutung von Vorsitzenden in der Internen Kommunikation innerhalb Mitglieder-Parteien im deutschen SprachraumRosemarie Nowak
    • Open Space (Michael Sachs)• 9:15-9:35, Organizing the focus sessions• 9:45-12:20, Networking, chatting, coffee & pastries• 12:20-12:30, Feedback and closing
    • #5 Thanks to
    • Thanks to our Partners
    • Track Chairs,Programme CommitteeAuthors, Reviewersour
    • Thanks to theE-GovernanceTeam!
    • #6 Media Coverage
    • Media Coverage ö1
    • #7 Great Errorsin human history
    • The Medium is the Massage (1967)The Medium is the Massageand notThe Medium is the Message? typesetter’s mistake 
    • Locatetypesetter’serror ;-)
    • False pressing is worthwhile 
    • Total analog and total engaging!
    • Second Edition is on the way
    • Good Bye!Noella, Gerlinde, Peter
    • See you at the21.- 23. May 2014, Krems
    • BUTonemore social event
    • Cheese & Wine
    • Good Bye!