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Government 2.0: Making connections between citizens, data and government
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We introduce the concept of “open government,” so-called Government 2.0, and its required principles, functions and technological enablers to lead to a transformative, participatory model of e-government. Expand
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Digital Citizenship
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This study presents results from a 2002 Midwest urban random sample survey (N = 167 adults). Expand
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The Case Against Mass E-mails: Perverse Incentives and Low Quality Public Participation in U.S. Federal Rulemaking
Large-scale e-mail campaigns are a staple in the modern environmental movement. Interest groups increasingly use online mobilizations as a way to raise awareness, money, and membership. There areExpand
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Identifying and classifying subjective claims
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We identify the main claim or assertion of the writer and classify it into the predefined classes of opinion (attitude) over the topic. Expand
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Multidimensional text analysis for eRulemaking
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We are developing techniques to automatically analyze large number of public comments on proposed regulations. Expand
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Rigor and flexibility in computer-based qualitative research: Introducing the Coding Analysis Toolkit
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This paper provides an overview of the debate and introduces a new web-based Coding Analysis Toolkit (CAT). Expand
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DiscoverText: software training to unlock the power of text
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This tutorial provides software training in "DiscoverText," which is a powerful, text analytic software developed by Professor Shulman. Expand
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The Internet Still Might (But Probably Won't) Change Everything
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The Internet and Environmental Decision Making
A growing number of “digital democracy” theorists (see Alexander & Pal, 1998; Hague & Loader, 1999) argue that easy and cheap access to information and participatory opportunities available throughExpand
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Digital citizenship: parameters of the digital divide
As part of a National Science Foundation-funded study, we analyze data from a 2002 Midwest urban random sample survey (n = 167 adults) of differential access to and uses of computer technology.Expand
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