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Learning to Become an E-citizen: The European and Italian Policies [chapter]

Maria Angela Biasiotti, Roberta Nannucci
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In the World Wide Web context the citizen becomes an e-Citizen: this means that citizens must learn how to turn real citizens of an electronic community and how to use the Internet possibilities in order  ...  to become aware of what e-Citizenship implies.  ...  In the Information Society and the World Wide Web context the citizen becomes an e-Citizen: this means that citizens must learn how to turn real citizens of an electronic community and how to use the Internet  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24683-1_27 fatcat:atypk4urenctnis7japnvirkhm

The e-Citizen as talk, as text and as technology: CRM and e-Government

Paul Richter, James Cornford, Ian Mcloughlin, P Richter@newcastle, Uk
unpublished
This paper focuses on a pilot study concerned with exploring the nature and role of socio-technical and discursive factors which may be implicated in the 'shaping' of the e-Citizen around the introduction  ...  Of particular interest is the notion of the e-Citizen, set against a contemporary public management backdrop featuring customer-centric discourses/metaphors, organisational transformation and ICT-intensive  ...  Acknowledgements The Pellucid project is part funded by the European Commission's programme in Information Society Technologies as project number IST-2001-34519.  ... 
fatcat:mgeimqc5ejhqhixqaegf6jxday

Deliverable D7.3 Final Impact Assessment Report

Teresa Schaefer, Barbara Kieslinger, Magdalena Fabian
2022 Zenodo  
The evaluation matrix provides an overview of KPIs collected from the different work packages and a summary of main lessons learned concerning the outcomes of the project.  ...  It also includes an assessment of the EU-Citizen.Science platform, the impact on involved institutions and countries.  ...  500 registered visitors. e "Citizen Science for Policy across Europe" online event attracted more than 170 participants and the brief report on this event summarises the main points discussed in this  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5820340 fatcat:6yifhvh4azdhhovwlpguru2uhm

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Italian Referendum Tools

Fabio Ratto Trabucco, University of Venice
2019 Białostockie Studia Prawnicze  
Th e article focuses the referendum as the main instrument of direct democracy in Italy and the main purpose of the analysis is to discuss the benefi ts and handicaps of Italian referendum tools.  ...  aware that their vote will be decisive, whereas those who choose not to go to the polls implicitly delegate their vote and decision to other voters.  ...  Th e Citizens' Legislative Initiative Th e Art. 71 of the Italian Constitution runs: «1.  ... 
doi:10.15290/bsp.2019.24.01.11 fatcat:znsibxjb2vfx3dtt36daw32oeq

An Inter-Nation-Al Internet: China's Contribution to Global Internet Governance?

David Kurt Herold
2011 Social Science Research Network  
The state is needed to protect its citizens online. E-commerce and e-citizens have a right to a secure environment -provided and policed by the State.  ...  Security agencies and police forces increasingly get involved in ensuring the safety of e-citizens and their legitimate online pursuits (Kaiser, 2011; Vijayan, 2011) . Slowly, but inevitably (?)  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1922725 fatcat:5oilfyvu75dypjn3ihldusdog4

Doing IT for Themselves: Management versus Autonomy in Youth E-Citizenship [chapter]

2007 Civic Life Online  
Don't mention the war" I worry a bit about encouraging young people to articulate judgements and feelings, however strongly they are held, when they haven't got the evidence, they haven't got the experience  ...  to really understand the full ramifications of what they are talking about. 6 Thanks to my research assistant on this project, Julia Snell, for her diligent support.  ...  It is precisely the anarchy of the Internet that appeals to autonomous e-citizens, who see it as a relatively free space in which untrammeled creativity and acephalous networks can flourish.  ... 
doi:10.7551/mitpress/7893.003.0009 fatcat:mhcwroc55jbuzfsbg2vc55deqa

Hybrid treats: defence line from the grassroots

Alfredo Ronchi, Defence Institute ", Pref. Tsvetan Lazarov"
2020 Journal of Defence & Security Technologies  
Big data analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning together with other technologies may help in these tasks.  ...  The discontinuity ignited by cyber technology and its pervasiveness created the fundamentals for a completely new scenario to reach the goals underpinning a conflict.  ...  The gap between e-Citizens and digitally divided citizens has not disappeared yet but is becoming smaller every day.  ... 
doi:10.46713/jdst.003.05 fatcat:5ypkeaa425chthze5pgledirbm

Проблема внедрения инноваций в систему администрирования при публичном управлении общественно-хозяйственными процессами

Л.В. Ватлина
2021 Journal of Economics Entrepreneurship and Law  
Overall, there is a need to further develop the understanding of innovation in the public sector and to increase policy awareness.  ...  who rely on an efficient and effective public sector.  ...  It is the outcome of an applied policy seminar on Innovation in the Public Sector held as part of the series Policies for Innovation and Knowledge-Based Development in the 21st Century.  ... 
doi:10.18334/epp.11.3.111572 fatcat:2b5vh7x2ufeufb4eqwztmjntvy

European Identity and Populism

Maria Ewa Szatlach, University of Bydgoszcz
2007 Polish Political Science Yearbook  
However, the answer to the question: What is identity?, is not so obvious as some can expect. The relationship between identity, interests, preferences, and loyalty is also not so clear.  ...  According to Renata Dopierała, generally identity can be defined as a reflective attitude of an individual to himself, created by the necessity of self-characteristic building a system of ideas, opinions  ...  Hence, Europeans face not only some enormous cultural and faith problems but the problems rooted in economy and demography as well. e citizens of Europe are getting older (in 2050 nearly ⅓ of them will  ... 
doi:10.15804/ppsy2007005 fatcat:mlfzduvkqbatvkcefeiuuq2hcy

TeRRItoria D5.2 - Report and sustainability plan of the Transformative Experiment in Emilia-Romagna

Mancinone
2022 Zenodo  
learned by territorial partners and the sustainability and exploitation plan foreseen.  ...  This deliverable describes the experimental approach of the TeRRItoria project and will serve to record the extent to which Territorial RRI can generate institutional change(s) by applying an RRI approach  ...  The European Union reacted with exceptional, unprecedented measures, in both nature and scope, as did the Italian government.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6089393 fatcat:x2tj6b54dbbc5j2si75hrbsvci

D7.1: 1St Dissemination Plan

Panagiota Syropoulou, Lazaros Xenidis, Ioanna Papaioannou, Vassilis Tsekeridis
2015 Zenodo  
The purpose of the Dissemination Plan is to set the dissemination strategy that will be followed and elaborate the project's dissemination activities that will be executed throughout the duration of the  ...  /e-citizen Decision Makers Group Policy Making 2.0 Sustainability Professionals Environmental social science.  ...  These workshops will be set up in order to provide an overview of the project objectives and activities, present and discuss the results of the project, and share experiences and lessons learned to stakeholders  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1197805 fatcat:a5aemzjlajf5ddcmhbopq4vqnm

Activist citizens beyond dichotomies: Migrant rights activism in Hamburg [chapter]

Lea Rzadtki
2021 Democratic Citizenship in Flux  
His research interests include the European integration and its effects on the member states, the EU enlargement and the external relations of the European Union.  ...  His research focuses on the following areas: political culture and political attitudes, understanding of democracy and political participation.  ...  (S)he does not attempt to change the situation. • e citizen claimant di fers with regard to the last aspect.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783839449493-008 fatcat:w55akgndrfbf3igeoecq2tvcpa

SUPERVISOR: MINORITY AND MINORITY FACILITATOR

Tomaž Vec
2012 Innovative Issues and Approaches in Social Sciences  
Due to the fact that tourism has strong influences on regional development, many undeveloped and developing countries have detected it as a chance for economic prosperity.  ...  The objective of the paper is to present the influence of tourism on regional development in south-west part of Macedonia.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors are thankful to Ministry of Education and Science for financial support grant number 174031.  ... 
doi:10.12959/issn.1855-0541.iiass-2012-no2-art04 fatcat:nq4wixshezes7llknb5rh6wmna

New Multicultural Identities in Europe: Religion and Ethnicity in Secular Societies

Ricard Zapata-Barrero
2014 Journal of Contemporary Religion  
Worbs, S. and F. Heckmann (2003) .  ...  Learning may become a mutual process, both from the perspective of the 'new' and 'old' Europeans, as well as from that of formal and informal learning.  ...  Th e Citizens' Movement Pax Europa (Bürgerbewegung Pax Europa -hereaft er BPE) is based in Austria and has local chapters in several German Länder such as Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Hesse, NorthRhine-Westphalia  ... 
doi:10.1080/13537903.2015.987002 fatcat:jz6fnrd6ofhivp35hiqr6vdpeu

The United States at War

1917 The Round Table  
T h e citizen id prepared for everything except for an inconclusive peace, and is demanding that, as a result of his efforts, be they great or small, the life of the future world shall be made more secure  ...  do they sympathise with the aim of the nationalistic party to make the Adriatic an Italian lake.  ...  The United States a t War  ... 
doi:10.1080/00358531709412529 fatcat:vhws35mh2ncxzhrvheicqxumru
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