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Wielding new media in Web 2.0: exploring the history of engagement with the collaborative construction of media products
This article explores what is new about Web 2.0 and what is genuinely novel about this phenomenon, which is users' propensity to construct content in the form of information and media products for the web environment. Expand
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Open government and e-government: democratic challenges from a public value perspective
We consider open government (OG) within the context of e-government and its broader implications for the future of public administration. Expand
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Creating Open Government Ecosystems: A Research and Development Agenda
We propose to view the concept of open government from the perspective of an ecosystem, a metaphor often used by policy makers, scholars, and technology gurus to convey a sense of the interdependent social systems of actors, organizations, material infrastructures, and symbolic resources that can be created in technology-enabled, information-intensive social systems. Expand
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Conceptualizing and assessing organizational image: Model images, commitment, and communication
Despite its significance as a form of shared organizational knowledge, there have been few attempts to conceptualize or assess empirically the concept of organizational image or the content ofExpand
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Communication and Interdependence in Democratic Organizations
Until recently, research in organizational studies has tended to assume that interdependent relationships are patterned on the model of bureaucratic hierarchy. This essay explores two alternativeExpand
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A new paradigm for designing e-government: web 2.0 and experience design
Innovations in World Wide Web technology coupled with new developments in information design present both challenges and opportunities for the creation of e-government applications that are functional, engaging for users, and that enable the achievement of democratic goals. Expand
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Toward a typology of government social media communication: Democratic goals, symbolic acts and self-presentation
We present a classification scheme with 12 specific categories and discuss the potential purposes of these various types of communication on social media. Expand
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Open government and e-government: Democratic challenges from a public value perspective
We argue that the Obama Administration's Open Government Initiative blurs distinctions between e-democracy and e-government by incorporating historically democratic practices. Expand
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Traditional models of participative decision making neglect the role subordinates play in establishing a participative environment. In this study, participative decision making is viewed as a socialExpand
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Computer Networking and Scholarly Communication in the Twenty-First-Century University
This book explores the various ways in which computer networking, and more specifically the Internet, is changing the practices, the structure, and the products of academic scholarship. Expand
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