A practical framework for electronic citizens participation using a multidimensional analysis approach
by Abdelhamid Boudjelida; Sehl Mellouli
Electronic Government, an International Journal (EG), Vol. 14, No. 3, 2018

Abstract: Citizens' participation is considered as one of the core elements of governments transparency with regard to their citizens. It is gaining more and more attention with the emergence and the availability of information and communication technologies (ICTs).However, it is still necessary to seek the most effective means to implement this activity in away and a time that gives the citizens the opportunity to have a real influence on the decisions being made. This paper proposes a practical framework to structure, organise, promote and implement an electronic citizens' participation. The main focus of this framework is to link the different phases of a conventional public participation to a multidimensional analysis process in order to provide a methodological approach for the processing of information collected during an electronic citizens' participation.

Online publication date: Wed, 25-Jul-2018

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