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Rethinking Governance via Social Networking: The case of direct vs. indirect stakeholder injection

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Part of the iCEGOV2011 poster session

Part of the iCEGOV2011 poster session

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  • 1. Rethinking Governance via Social Networking: The case of direct vs. indirect stakeholder injectionWeGov – Where eGovernment meets the eSociety  EU research project: www.wegov-project.eu  Enriching the dialogue of citizens and politics on the web – build-up on Social Networking Sites instead of launching a new eParticipation platform  7th framework programme theme ICT 2009.7.3 ICT for Governance and Policy Modeling  Consortium:Progress Use cases for citizen  politics dialogue Legal and ethical analysis Basic functionality extracted First prototype running basic scenario Presentation at German Parliament Scenario modification – ‘citations’ Initial toolbox evaluation  Support policy maker’s everyday workflow (Final toolbox)Indirect Injection – “Online Newspaper Story”CONTACT: Timo Wandhoefer (timo.wandhoefer@gesis.org)

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