Engineering Software Assemblies for Participatory Democracy: The Participatory Budgeting Use Case

@article{Holston2016EngineeringSA,
  title={Engineering Software Assemblies for Participatory Democracy: The Participatory Budgeting Use Case},
  author={James Holston and Val{\'e}rie Issarny and Cristhian Parra},
  journal={2016 IEEE/ACM 38th International Conference on Software Engineering Companion (ICSE-C)},
  year={2016},
  pages={573-582}
}
The worldwide use of the Internet and social networking has transformed the constraints of time and space in human interaction: we can now be heard at a massive scale unprecedented in human history. As a result, information and communication technologies may enable citizens to undertake both government through direct assembly and collective action at a scale and an efficacy previously considered impossible. Our research concerns this opportunity to leverage a new sort of political life. We… CONTINUE READING

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