Partecipazione 2.0: l’avatar scende in piazza (paper 6.3.2.)

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The decline in voter turnout and the crisis of identifying ability of the parties are the counterpart new forms of political participation. New media in this context have a key role for both large transnational movements, both for the local committees single issue and characterized by spontaneous mobilizations go very quickly from the virtual world to the squares. New forms of democracy complement representative democracy. The technologies for communication and information have an impact on the definition of borders and identity of the political community, and can help transform the public decision-making, increasing the visibility of the intermediate stages of policy making and creating new deliberative arenas . In particular, the intervention focuses on the use of ICTs as a channel of political participation: top-down (by public administrations that still take little and being such experimental techniques through electronic consultation of stakeholders) and bottom-up (from civil society). The paper examines the tools through which conflict can be channeled into public policies inclusive and expressed as part of deliberative democracy practices with the support of ICTs. In particular the intervention analyzes the motion study if the Indignados born in Madrid and Sicilian least known of Forks routes through a network ethnography, analysis of self-produced materials and a thematic review press. Top-down (by public administrations that still take little and being such experimental techniques through electronic consultation of stakeholders) and bottom-up (from civil society). The paper examines the tools through which conflict can be channeled into public policies inclusive and expressed as part of deliberative democracy practices with the support of ICTs. In particular the intervention analyzes the motion study if the Indignados born in Madrid and Sicilian least known of Forks routes through a network ethnography, analysis of self-produced materials and a thematic review press. Top-down (by public administrations that still take little and being such experimental techniques through electronic consultation of stakeholders) and bottom-up (from civil society). The paper examines the tools through which conflict can be channeled into public policies inclusive and expressed as part of deliberative democracy practices with the support of ICTs. In particular the intervention analyzes the motion study if the Indignados born in Madrid and Sicilian least known of Forks routes through a network ethnography, analysis of self-produced materials and a thematic review press.
Original languageItalian
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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