By A.J. Meijer, K. Boersma and P. Wagenaar, A. Meijer, K. Boersma, P. Wagenaar
ICTs, electorate and Governance: After the Hype! goals to aid researchers and practitioners to appreciate hypes approximately ICT and executive with no turning into cynical. Hypes might be useful in triggering procedures of switch, yet one might be capable of distinguish a 'trigger' from a practical set of expectancies. This e-book combines an research of the discourse (in phrases of hypes) with an research of practices (in phrases of sturdy workouts and relational patterns). The relation among the discourse and ensuing altering is complicated, situational and interpretable in a number of methods yet definitely advantages our consciousness. to supply a major research of hypes, the editors current a variety of empirical fabric when it comes to applied sciences and govt methods. The applied sciences range from community infrastructures to CRM software program to internet prone. govt techniques diversity from provider supply to inspections and policing. the wide range of applied sciences saw leads to an overview of reasonable results upon a number of the govt methods. This e-book presents an outline of hypes, backlashes and lifelike checks. The editors desire it's going to reduce the naivete of readers who've blind religion in technological strength. whilst, they wish to make severe scientists who discard hypes as being inappropriate extra drawn to the function those hypes play within the social building of public management in a knowledge age.IOS Press is a global technology, technical and scientific writer of fine quality books for teachers, scientists, and pros in all fields. a few of the parts we put up in: -Biomedicine -Oncology -Artificial intelligence -Databases and knowledge structures -Maritime engineering -Nanotechnology -Geoengineering -All elements of physics -E-governance -E-commerce -The wisdom economic climate -Urban reviews -Arms keep watch over -Understanding and responding to terrorism -Medical informatics -Computer Sciences
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4. Why Phone Channel is Important Today’s society is increasingly mobile. Citizens spend many hours at work or on the move. Therefore, individual access to a computer may not be guaranteed when the need for government interaction arises. Consequently, the mobile citizen uses the phone. Mobile phones show a penetration rate that is far higher than that of Internet or fixed lines. This being the case, mobile phones will inevitably evolve as alternative means of access to online public services. Applications already available for smartphones point to the potential opportunities when applied to government.
For example, to what extent did they enjoy participating in them? What was their impression of the influence of online discussions in the local political process, and what reasons could they give for this influence or absence of influence? The structure of this chapter is as follows. In the next section we begin with the theoretical background of this study: existing assumptions about the meaning of online M. ter Hedde and J. Svensson / Online Discussion on Government Websites: Fact and Failure?
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