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International Journal of Electronic Governance

International Journal of Electronic Governance (IJEG)

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  • How to Live with the Future of Electronic Technology: Redefining the Digital Citizenship Scale   Order a copy of this article
    by Besfort Rrecaj, Senem Demirkiran, Esin Omer, Mehmet Ali Yücel, Kenan Terzioglu 
    Abstract: Digital technologies that have entered life with the digital age and their increasingly intensive use are transforming the ways of communicating and working. In addition to these changes in daily life, the relationship between the state and the citizen is also changing, and citizens demands from the state and the states provision of services to citizens differ. Digital-based demands and digital-based public service offerings reveal and strengthen the concept of digital citizenship. However, the concept of digital citizenship is starting to become conceptually inadequate as a result of the development of technologies used and the increasing use of it in social life. In this context, in this paper, the academic literature on the concept of digital citizenship is systematically reviewed, and a comprehensive framework is presented by developing a new digital citizenship scale with the digital citizenship research conducted in T
    Keywords: Digitalization; Digital Citizenship; Scale Development.
    DOI: 10.1504/IJEG.2024.10061834