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Information Technology in Support of Public Deliberation [chapter]

Andrea L. Kavanaugh, Philip L. Isenhour, Matthew Cooper, John M. Carroll, Mary Beth Rosson, Joseph Schmitz
2005 Communities and Technologies 2005  
and educate, and under some circumstances to deliberate on public policy.  ...  Modified tools are suggested to facilitate deliberation and to integrate citizen feedback more effectively into local government decision-making.  ...  Acknowledgments We are grateful for support from the National Science Foundation Digital Government award (IIS-0429274) for the research described in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/1-4020-3591-8_2 fatcat:lj2g4okt6bclpilvxm3fokagh4

Information Technology in Public Administration: Problems and Opportunities

V.A. Sukhanova, Russian State Social University
2019 Contemporary problems of social work  
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Vishnyakova V.A. candidate of economic sciences, head of department scientific and technical information RSSU WORKED Contenting  ...  In order to popularize robots, representatives of the British government decided to test innovative technology not in the laboratory, but in public.  ...  There are various types of information threats, among which one can highlight the loss of information, the theft of information, the destruction of information, the deliberate provision of incorrect, destructive  ... 
doi:10.17922/2412-5466-2019-5-3-46-50 fatcat:k56po7pdv5e5laequpkuf5icma

Designing Deliberation Systems

Jeremy Rose, Øystein Sæbø
2010 The Information Society  
Deliberation systems hold the potential to extend and improve dialogue between those who govern and those who are governed, to help understand public opinion, to increase citizen engagement in government  ...  ideal speech and communicative action and theories of participation), from public governance theory, from communication studies, and from the many related research areas in information systems (e-participation  ... 
doi:10.1080/01972241003712298 fatcat:7f24qsgxxvc5rcmfzuem5fkhjq

Trust, but Verify: Informed Consent, AI Technologies, and Public Health Emergencies

Brian Pickering
2021 Future Internet  
To use technology or engage with research or medical treatment typically requires user consent: agreeing to terms of use with technology or services, or providing informed consent for research participation  ...  Using three typical scenarios—contact tracing, big data analytics and research during public emergencies—this paper explores a trust-based alternative to consent.  ...  and their input; researchers will do what they can to support participants throughout the research lifecycle and consider the implications of eventual publication.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi13050132 fatcat:mlvwylljj5eahhuhtt7aa7xriy

Why Deliberate? The Encounter Between Deliberation and New Public Managers

John Parkinson
2004 Public Administration  
Acknowledgements The research for this paper was made possible thanks to visiting fellowships in the  ...  giving them at least some input into that process.  ...  The responses were sorted into broad categories by department staff, with the public overwhelmingly wanting shorter waiting times and staff wanting improved facilities.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.0033-3298.2004.00399.x fatcat:te2bs65xjbds3bar2dnwrj562y

Mobile Age: Co-creating Digital Public Services with and for Older Citizens [chapter]

Juliane Jarke
2020 Public Administration and Information Technology  
These streams of activity are not sequential but run in parallel and inform each other: (1) governing and managing a co-creation process; (2) continuous recruitment and engagement of stakeholders; (3)  ...  This chapter introduces Mobile Age and presents the project's framework and methodology for co-creating digital public services.  ...  This diagnosis (or baseline report) included quantitative and qualitative research on the city, taking into account the eight different WHO areas.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-52873-7_4 fatcat:oumbos25yfht5dangebp6xh4ua

Deliberating Future Issues: Minipublics and Salmon Genomics

Michael Kenneth MacKenzie, Kieran O'Doherty
2011 Journal of Deliberative Democracy  
We argue that participating in deliberative events like this one can help citizens develop substantive opinions on technologically and temporally complex issues.  ...  Minipublics on future issues can offer policy makers important insights into the likely parameters of public debates that have not -or have not yet -occurred.  ...  They suggested that the onus to prove that developing technologies are safe be placed on researchers and developers and not on governments, users, or consumers.  ... 
doi:10.16997/jdd.116 fatcat:vjisp5h5uzgidl7bsd27swtpdi

Citizen Participation in Smart Government: A Conceptual Model and Two IoT Case Studies [chapter]

Ali A. Guenduez, Tobias Mettler, Kuno Schedler
2020 Public Administration and Information Technology  
On the other hand, smart government initiatives may rely more intensively on citizens' active participation to improve public service delivery, increase trust in government actions, and strengthen community  ...  In its simplest form, smart government can be understood as the combination of new technologies and organizational innovation strategies to further modernize the public sector.  ...  Similarly, Gil-Garcia (2012) defined smart government as the interplay of forward-looking technologies and organizational innovation in the public sector to improve interorganizational collaboration, information-sharing  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-37464-8_9 fatcat:shudzovdgng7fcynxj4h6lio7i

What Is Good Public Deliberation?

SUSAN DORR GOOLD, MICHAEL A. NEBLO, SCOTT Y.H. KIM, RAYMOND DE VRIES, GENE ROWE, PETER MUHLBERGER
2012 The Hastings center report  
Deliberators should have enough time to review the information, reflect on it, and discuss it.  ...  Such evidence can enable improvements based on lessons learned. 3 Some universally relevant criteria can be used to judge deliberative events. 4 We divide these into three domains: structure, processes  ...  Technology and Society.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hast.29 pmid:22733327 fatcat:77crfkosvbfi5e76gh7qmu2zea

The influence of information and communication technologies on public participation in urban water governance: A review of place-based research

Farhad Mukhtarov, Carel Dieperink, Peter Driessen
2018 Environmental Science and Policy  
With the spread of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), urban water governance has undergone prominent changes, including the process and outcomes of public participation.  ...  This paper aims to systematically review existing scientific and grey literature on the use of ICT to facilitate public participation in urban water governance.  ...  Environmental Science and Policy 89 (2018) 430-438  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2018.08.015 fatcat:thpji6emczbhzopn3i4nvqlhhq

The Unfulfilled Promise of Online Deliberation

Janette Hartz-Karp, Brian Sullivan
2014 Journal of Deliberative Democracy  
Since online deliberation has not delivered on the expectations of more considered, democratic participation, the authors propose less focus on technological 'fixes' and more on re-conceptualizing its  ...  The ideas that emerge can then be deliberated in representative face-to-face public deliberations, with the coherent voice that results contributing to more inclusive, legitimate, and implementable democratic  ...  One way we have achieved that in face-to-face public deliberation is to encourage lobby groups and others committed to particular view, to take the role of 'experts' whose role is to inform mini public  ... 
doi:10.16997/jdd.191 fatcat:flobrybtuzgfjidzyogmjzsh3y

Making Deliberation Cooler

Lynn M. Sanders
2010 Good Society Journal, The  
and "the reason, alone of the public that ought to regulate and control the government" (Federalist No. 69).  ...  also sidestep the novelty of their introduction into democratic deliberation.  ... 
doi:10.5325/goodsociety.19.1.0041 fatcat:jghvxqrc4ndstjuou2knkts73a

Biodiversity and sustainability in Nepal: a role for deliberation? [chapter]

2015 Governing Biodiversity through Democratic Deliberation  
In focusing on the intersection of global biodiversity policy and the promise of deliberative democracy, the contributors to this volume examine how new discursive logics emerge in global citizen deliberation  ...  of environmental politics, governance and sociology, particularly those interested in deliberative democracy, citizen participation and biodiversity.  ...  PA protected area PES public engagement with science PEScop public engagement community of practice pTA participatory technology assessment RS research section S&T science and technology SAC  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315849317-16 fatcat:dv5e23chzrgu5kuuesteiu74im

Making Deliberation Cooler

Lynn M. Sanders
2010 Good Society Journal, The  
and "the reason, alone of the public that ought to regulate and control the government" (Federalist No. 69).  ...  also sidestep the novelty of their introduction into democratic deliberation.  ... 
doi:10.1353/gso.0.0095 fatcat:jg4h22y4w5hdrob5eu2zsuhspq

Why Include the Public in Genome Editing Governance Deliberation?

2019 The AMA Journal of Ethic  
This article reconstructs this paradigm shift and suggests that inclusive public deliberation should still have a role in public decision making about genome editing.  ...  a self-regulatory model enacted through high-level expert groups with little or no public input.  ...  technology assessment, for instance, include focus groups, citizens' juries, and deliberative panels, all of which are aimed at integrating public insight into governance and decision-making processes  ... 
doi:10.1001/amajethics.2019.1065 pmid:31876471 fatcat:5kw2zpoqdjedjpmuu6ndjbxy6y
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