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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The emergence of web 2.0 social media enables the gradual emergence of a second generation of e-participation characterized by more citizens' control, in which government agencies post content (e.g. short or longer text, images, video) to various social media and then analyze citizens' interactions with it (e.g. views, likes/dislikes, comments, etc.). In this paper we propose an even more citizens controlled third generation of e-participation exploiting web 2.0 social media as well, but in adoi:10.1007/978-3-642-33250-0_14 fatcat:a3dnnyct7fftrgre5fqj7b62ye