zeppelin universitätbridgingbusiness culture politics
E-participationthe Swiss army knife of politics?
IntelligenceCommunicationMobilisationAcceptanceExpectations, expectations!
MOBILISATION?
Non-VotersInterestedNon-VoterUninterestedNon-VoterDissatisfiedNon-VoterThe Non-Voters
Mobilisation
IntelligenceCommunicationAcceptanceFunctions of e-participation
ACCEPTANCE?
Acceptance I0%20%40%60%80%100%Acceptance HALO EffectYesNo
Acceptance IIProtest
Acceptance
COMMUNICATION?
Communication73%7%7%13%Public OpinionPartial Public OpinionIndividual InteractionNone
Communication
INTELLIGENCE?
Intelligence I0%20%40%60%80%100%Yes No
Intelligence II0%20%40%60%80%100%Today Near FutureYesNo
Intelligence
Functions of e-participationIntelligenceCommunication
ROLES OF E-PARTICIPATION
RepresentativenessPolitics,yeah!
Institutionalisation0%20%40%60%80%100%Today Near FutureAs a standardRegularly forcertain projectsIrregularly
The two roles of e-participationCommunication:observation hatchetIntelligence:project-based elite consultationProject?????...
Katharina GroßeResearch FellowPublic Sector and Business Informatics| Deutsche Telekom Institute for Connected CitiesAm Se...
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Katharina Große: E-participation – the Swiss army knife of politics?

  1. 1. zeppelin universitätbridgingbusiness culture politics
  2. 2. E-participationthe Swiss army knife of politics?
  3. 3. IntelligenceCommunicationMobilisationAcceptanceExpectations, expectations!
  4. 4. MOBILISATION?
  5. 5. Non-VotersInterestedNon-VoterUninterestedNon-VoterDissatisfiedNon-VoterThe Non-Voters
  6. 6. Mobilisation
  7. 7. IntelligenceCommunicationAcceptanceFunctions of e-participation
  8. 8. ACCEPTANCE?
  9. 9. Acceptance I0%20%40%60%80%100%Acceptance HALO EffectYesNo
  10. 10. Acceptance IIProtest
  11. 11. Acceptance
  12. 12. COMMUNICATION?
  13. 13. Communication73%7%7%13%Public OpinionPartial Public OpinionIndividual InteractionNone
  14. 14. Communication
  15. 15. INTELLIGENCE?
  16. 16. Intelligence I0%20%40%60%80%100%Yes No
  17. 17. Intelligence II0%20%40%60%80%100%Today Near FutureYesNo
  18. 18. Intelligence
  19. 19. Functions of e-participationIntelligenceCommunication
  20. 20. ROLES OF E-PARTICIPATION
  21. 21. RepresentativenessPolitics,yeah!
  22. 22. Institutionalisation0%20%40%60%80%100%Today Near FutureAs a standardRegularly forcertain projectsIrregularly
  23. 23. The two roles of e-participationCommunication:observation hatchetIntelligence:project-based elite consultationProject?????!!! !!! !!! !!!
  24. 24. Katharina GroßeResearch FellowPublic Sector and Business Informatics| Deutsche Telekom Institute for Connected CitiesAm Seemooser Horn 2088045 Friedrichshafen | BodenseeTel +49 7541 6009 1474Fax +49 7541 6009 1499Mail katharina.grosse@zu.deHome ticc.zu.deTwitter tinka_grosseZeppelin Universität gemeinnützige GmbHSitz der Gesellschaft FriedrichshafenAmtsgericht Ulm HRB 632002Geschäftsführung Prof Dr Stephan A Jansen| Niels Helle-Meyer | Katja Völckerzeppelin universitätbridgingbusiness culture politics

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