Electronic Participation with a Special Reference to Social Media - A Literature Review

@inproceedings{Alarabiat2016ElectronicPW,
  title={Electronic Participation with a Special Reference to Social Media - A Literature Review},
  author={Ayman Alarabiat and Delfina S{\'a} Soares and Elsa Estevez},
  booktitle={ePart},
  year={2016}
}
As a consequence of the interdisciplinary nature of Electronic Participation (e-Participation), current research on the field is fragmented and scattered. The exciting blurry boundaries and the immature identity of the field are making difficult the understanding of the main domain themes being investigated, in particular for “neophytes” researchers. In practice, several e-Participation initiatives often attract a wide audience but face serious limitations regarding involvement of those who… CONTINUE READING
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