Governance and Democratic Procedures in the Information Society Era
Athanasios I. Bozinis
DOI : 10.3844/jssp.2007.123.126
Journal of Social Sciences
Volume 3, Issue 3
The use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in today’s democratic societies has always two sides: the well-intended, which is the expansion of the democratic participation, and the bad-intended, the one that causes concentration. This research analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of the use of e-democracy and claims that the integration of electronic democracy within a country will be based on the effective use of the political-democratic institutions, on the legitimate frame that will control the use of electronic democracy, and on the technological background that describes the country.
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