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Same bed, different dreams?: a comparative analysis of citizen and bureaucrat perspectives on e-government

M.J. Moon, E.W. Welch
2004 37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004. Proceedings of the  
perspectives on egovernment coincide and/or diverge in terms of the effectiveness of e-government and pace of e-government implementation, equity (e.g. access), and safety (e.g. privacy and security).  ...  Using the data collected from independently administered random surveys of citizens and bureaucrats in late 2001 by Hart-Teeter, this essay is designed to explore whether and how citizen and bureaucrat  ...  In reality, the different positions and roles of citizens and bureaucracy in a society often lead to different perspectives on many policy issues. The perspective on e-government is no exception.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2004.1265302 dblp:conf/hicss/MoonW04 fatcat:dj4q5lpvzzcx7lo6yryb3ei6y4

Same Bed, Different Dreams? A Comparative Analysis of Citizen and Bureaucrat Perspectives on E-Government

M. Jae Moon, Eric W. Welch
2005 Review of Public Personnel Administration  
perspectives on egovernment coincide and/or diverge in terms of the effectiveness of e-government and pace of e-government implementation, equity (e.g. access), and safety (e.g. privacy and security).  ...  Using the data collected from independently administered random surveys of citizens and bureaucrats in late 2001 by Hart-Teeter, this essay is designed to explore whether and how citizen and bureaucrat  ...  In reality, the different positions and roles of citizens and bureaucracy in a society often lead to different perspectives on many policy issues. The perspective on e-government is no exception.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0734371x05275508 fatcat:rseqgjsrzzhatk5m3f2776y424

A forest of dreams: Ontological multiplicity and the fantasies of environmental government in the Philippines

Noah Theriault
2017 Political Geography  
To better understand the operation of environmental government e and to hold it accountable to promises of meaningful local participation e political ecology should, I argue, attend more carefully to the  ...  To counter this lingering ethnocentrism, I argue here for an ontologically broadened understanding of how environmental government is produced and contested in contexts of difference.  ...  I am grateful for the helpful feedback I received at these venues e particularly from discussants Jennifer Rice and Michael Chibnik e and for comments on written drafts offered by Morgan Robertson, Leila  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.polgeo.2015.09.004 fatcat:dy73fuck3nexxfz6tggspk5hvi

Page 508 of Sage Public Administration Abstracts Vol. 32, Issue 4 [page]

2006 Sage Public Administration Abstracts  
J., & Welch, E. W. (2005). Same bed, different dreams? A comparative analysis of citizen and bureaucrat perspectives on e-government. Review of Public Personnel Administration, 25(3), 243-264.  ...  Keywords: bureaucrats; citizens; e-government; governance; implementation; information and communication technology; perspectives Recent studies indicate that bureaucrats and citizens are beginning to  ... 

Minitrack: electronic-democracy ' (cluster: e-government)

E.W. Welch, S.S. Dawes, M. Gisler
2004 37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004. Proceedings of the  
The Role of Digital Signature Cards in Electronic Voting begins a series of three papers on electronic voting.  ...  The Internet and other information technologies promise to invigorate democratic processes by facilitating public discourse among citizens and between government and all stakeholders.  ...  : A Comparative Analysis of Citizen and Bureaucrat Perspectives on E-Government, Jae Moon and Eric Welch investigate the divergence among citizen and bureaucrat perspectives on e-government in terms of  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2004.1265296 fatcat:f5ftnw3nerhctfmcqcdjmxfw5q

Procula's Civic Body and Pilate's Masculinity Crisis in the York Cycle's 'Christ Before Pilate 1: The Dream of Pilate's Wife'

Kimberly Fonzo
2014 Early Theatre  
Positing that traditional exegetical revisions of Procula's dream were always a means of discrediting feminine spirituality, this essay contends that the York cycle's f urther revisions of its source material  ...  construct a triangulation in which an ambivalently gendered Pilate must choose between the feminine influence of his wife and the masculine influence of his beadle.  ...  The panel next to the one portraying the Whore depicts a group of merchants, mourning for the fall of Babylon and the Whore, who are one and the same.  ... 
doi:10.12745/et.16.2.2 fatcat:ehu6qmvda5fojd6mwl2k53ntey

Dreaming America: popular front ideals and aesthetics in children's plays of the Federal Theatre Project

2013 ChoiceReviews  
Acknowledgments vii NOEL: No one is ever punished here. NOELITA: We just all agreed together to stop when the red came on.  ...  The political dimensions of the personal differences are emphasized in a dream sequence in which the power relations are reversed. Sara really is a princess. As a citizen in this dream utopia, Ms.  ...  FeDeraL theatre Project Dreams C h a P t e r 1 One of the Federal Theatre Project's most successful ventures was its Children's Theatre.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.51-2516 fatcat:immjdynuuvhehpvn3ppfvnqtua

Realizing the dream of flight: biographical essays in honor of the centennial of flight, 1903-2003

2006 ChoiceReviews  
Especially interested in German work on jet aircraft, he spoke to Willy Messerschmitt and to engineers at the German technical institutes about the past and future of this new form of flight.  ...  He spent a month inspecting German wartime developments in aeronautics and rocketry.  ...  , and its government scientists and engineers developed a strong technical competence, a commitment to collegial inhouse research conducive to engineering innovation, and a definite apolitical perspective  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.43-5864 fatcat:o35u4ipbzjcp5ffduftffrd22a

Soviet policy in the sphere of humour and comedy: the case of satirical cinemagazine Fitil

Maria Vorobyeva
2021 The European Journal of Humour Research  
and manners, there were variations in the choice of themes and subjects of satire in different periods.  ...  Satirical cinemagazine Fitil (The Fuse), one of the final products of the Thaw, the time of liberalization in both foreign and domestic policy of the Soviet Union, appeared in 1962 and was produced under  ...  Satire was supposed to help the government convey its perspective on certain questions by condemning presumptuous bureaucrats or the beliefs, behaviour patterns and views of Soviet citizens that were considered  ... 
doi:10.7592/ejhr2021.9.1.vorobyeva fatcat:il5eaobi7vc57gzqbbj74ijt7y

Market-Oriented Public Management in Uganda: Benchmarking International Best Practise?

Julius Kiiza
2000 Ufahamu  
This paper examines the phenomenon of"new" pulblic management in Uganda in the broader context of the history of administrative reform, the quality management revolution, and the rise of economic rationalism  ...  The definition of the reforms by the IMF/World Bank fraternity, as a conditionality for further "development assistance" is found to institutionalise a top-down approach which is antithetical to durable  ...  For once, the Bank has conceded that no one coat fits all; that "local level priorities will differ from one local government to another".  ... 
doi:10.5070/f7281016587 fatcat:lsno5c7kmvc55jmf6l5eaoy64y

Why Non-Democracy Engages with Western Democracy-Promotion Programs

Sungmin Cho
2021 World Politics  
It cooperated with a number of Western organizations to improve the rule of law, village elections, administrative capacity, and civil society in China.  ...  The findings show how democracy promoters and authoritarian leaders have different expectations of the effects of limited democratic reform within nondemocratic systems.  ...  See Diamond 2017. 129 Lampton uses the Chinese expression "same bed, different dreams" (tongchuangyimeng) to summarize the nature of the China-US relationship between 1989 and 2000.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0043887121000137 fatcat:ukgtvy7k2jdotnfacythylm5ea

How the Responsibility of Digital Support for Older People is Allocated? The Swedish Welfare System at the Crossroads

Sofia Alexopoulou, Joachim Åström
2022 Research on Ageing and Social Policy  
The results show that the Swedish policy rely heavily on popular education and family arrangements, leaving many young-old Swedes in need of digital support without public support, while the opposite occurs  ...  While the digital divide is a dynamic problem, shifting from physical access to skills and usage, public policies to close the divide do not necessary follow.  ...  All the different sources were analyzed with the use of qualitative content analysis in an inductive way.  ... 
doi:10.17583/rasp.8883 fatcat:7hodymg2ujadripilnoz4dlwle

Canada's third National Policy: The epiphenomenal or the real Constitution?

Roderick A. Macdonald, Robert Wolfe
2009 University of Toronto Law Journal  
Most recently, the Constitution Act of 1982, the Macdonald Royal Commission, the Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA, the GST, the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, the Nisga'a Final Accord and the Kamloops  ...  Agreement can be seen as competing diagnoses of and competing legal responses to a perceived need to articulate a third National Policy that has neither been conceived nor baptised, yet surely has been  ...  ) and the bureaucratic institutions of the welfare state (NP2) in the service of the dreams and aspirations of every Canadian.  ... 
doi:10.1353/tlj.0.0030 fatcat:swinclux5bapzaxjbwlmksi34i

ROLE AND CONTRIBUTION OF GHANAIAN DIASPORAS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF GHANA

Nandita Khakhlary
2016 International Journal of Advanced Research  
In Ghana owning a house is the dream of many citizens. The proportion of houses owned by members of the household was 57.4 percent in 2000 and 52.7 percent in 2010.  ...  This serves as a livelihood strategy for households to diversify their income source. The loan repayment motive focuses on the family as a unit of analysis.  ... 
doi:10.21474/ijar01/1868 fatcat:xeh6utgpdbbchm5ogktidvjt3u

Switzerland: A Future Model For The European Union? Similarities And Differences (Deliverable 4.2)

Cheneval Francis, Ferrin Mónica
2017 Zenodo  
, etc.) are all going on at the same time in the EU.  ...  Especially integration and accession with enormous shocks of diversification are engineered at the same time in the EU.  ...  If one chooses the post-1848 phase in Switzerland with the post-1957 phase of the EU, one compares two different kinds of political entities: a federal state in the case of Switzerland and a sui generis  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.321323 fatcat:f266qove2raihmzjxom3dnfn2m
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