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Title Civic engagement and politics [electronic resource] : concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications Information Resources Management Association, editor
Imprint Hershey, Pennsylvania : IGI Global, [2019]
book jacket
Descript 1 online resource (3 v.)
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Chapter 1. Civic education and citizen science: definitions, categories, knowledge representation -- Chapter 2. Deepening of critical thinking skills through the use of civic engagement -- Chapter 3. A comparative view of citizen engagement in social media of local governments from North American countries -- Chapter 4. Innovation contests: how to engage citizens in solving urban problems? -- Chapter 5. How communication technologies function as platforms and pathways to civic and political engagement: an agenda for research and public policy -- Chapter 6. A foundation's 20-year experiment in art and civic engagement -- Chapter 7. Let the sun shine in: promoting civic engagement with sunshine week -- Chapter 8. Digital community planning: the open source way to the top of Arnstein's ladder -- Chapter 9. Public perception spatial data from the PPGIS Jaguar„ao experiment -- Chapter 10. Driving STEM through engaged scholarship and civic responsibility: determining the constructs for a model -- Chapter 11. Development of an inclusive participatory democracy system -- Chapter 12. Deliberation with working college students influencing civic learning, opinion formation and engagement -- Chapter 13. E-government initiatives through cloud computing: empowering citizens -- Chapter 14. Towards a model for engaging citizens via Gov2.0 to meet evolving public value -- Chapter 15. Developer challenges as a platform for citizen engagement with open government data: the Australian case -- Chapter 16. Connecting concepts of self-efficacy, engaged scholarship, and civic responsibility among student-veterans -- Chapter 17. Smart urbanism and digital activism in southern Italy -- Chapter 18. Political agenda: designing a cognitive game for political perspective taking -- Chapter 19. Practices and reflections on pioneer service learning in higher education of China -- Chapter 20 Mobile learning for social change: democratizing education and civic engagement -- Chapter 21. Interrogating and reimagining the virtual public sphere in Developing Countries -- Chapter 22. Mobile-based social media platforms and women mobilisation for political participation in Nigeria -- Chapter 23. Open data for open justice in seven Latin American countries -- Chapter 24. Public participation distribution and marketing: an inseparable duality -- Chapter 25. Improving urban planning information, transparency and participation in public administrations -- Chapter 26. Global civic engagement as an empowering device for cross-ethnic and cross-cultural understanding in Taiwan -- Chapter 27. The role of collaboration to encourage civic engagement through the arts: the blurring of the government and nonprofit sectors -- Chapter 28. The Internet, social media, and knowledge production and development of political marketing -- Chapter 29. Assessing utilization and effectiveness in public participative and volunteered geographic information systems for environmental data -- Chapter 30. Opportunities and challenges for civic engagement: a global investigation of innovation competitions -- Chapter 31. Crowdsourcing in local public administration: importance of online platforms -- Chapter 32. Building trust in politics: causes of widespread disillusionment in Latin American countries -- Chapter 33. Information quality in participatory systems: the case of Abu Dhabi -- Chapter 34. E-government politics as a networking phenomenon: applying a multidimensional approach -- Chapter 35. Using Twitter in political campaigns: the case of the PRI candidate in Mexico -- Chapter 36. Israeli representatives' use of and attitudes toward web applications -- Chapter 37. Social media geographic information: the community perspective in planning knowledge -- Chapter 38. Promoting civic engagement through university curricula -- Chapter 39. The networked self: collectivism redefined in civic engagements through social media causes -- Chapter 40. Cultivating civic generosity in elementary youth across glocal cultures, ecologies, and generations -- Chapter 41. Practicing what we teach, practitioner reflections: understanding the impact of service-learning on those who teach it -- Chapter 42. The arts, civic engagement, and urban youth -- Chapter 43. Network politics and the Arab Spring -- Chapter 44. Surveillance and resistance: online radicalization and the political response -- Chapter 45. Facilitating active citizenship in students through the strengthening of university-community partnerships -- Chapter 46. Internet mediatization: new opportunity for women in politics? -- Chapter 47. Children and youth making digital media for the social good -- Chapter 48. Cultural political system: popular culture and films in Indian election campaigns -- Chapter 49. Post as much and as diversely as possible: intensity and innovation in the application of Twitter by political parties during the 2014 Slovenian national election campaign -- Chapter 50. Health systems and citizenship: public participation in Southern Europe -- Chapter 51. The impact of information and communication technology on the rise of urban social movements in Poland -- Chapter 52. Online professional development in academic service-learning: promoting community engagement in public education -- Chapter 53. Civic responsibility development among college students: how is it different by student race? -- Chapter 54. Participatory budgeting: findings from Germany -- Chapter 55. Influence of social networking sites on civic participation in higher education context -- Chapter 56. When SNS use doesn't trigger e-participation: case study of an African authoritarian regime -- Chapter 57. When citizens in authoritarian states use Facebook for social ties but not political participation -- Chapter 58. TV license refusal and competition policy in Hong Kong: what Is the scope of public participation? -- Chapter 59. From street protests to Facebook campaigns: political cynicism, efficacy and online political engagement of Sri Lankan students -- Chapter 60. Political messaging in digital spaces: the case of Twitter in Mexico's presidential campaign -- Chapter 61. Changes in the political culture of Italian younger politicians -- Chapter 62. Women's political empowerment: lessons for subnational levels of government ́€“ Nepal, Pakistan, Rwanda, and Indonesia -- Chapter 63. International service-learning: study abroad and global citizenship development in a post-disaster locale -- Chapter 64. How civic is Russia's new civil religion and how religious is the church? -- Chapter 65. Civic engagement through social media: strategic stakeholder management by high-asset foundations -- Chapter 66. Empowering civic responsibility: insights from service learning -- Chapter 67. The demobilizing potential of conflict for web and mobile political participation -- Chapter 68. Political-administrative interface at the local sphere of government with particular reference to South Africa -- Chapter 69. The study of young people's civic participation on the Internet: appraising an emerging research field -- Chapter 70. Imperfect bipartisanship and Spanish pluralism: The keys to success of podemos on Twitter -- Chapter 71. Smart city governance: from e-government to smart governance -- Chapter 72. Social media and public participation: opportunities, barriers, and a new framework
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"This book is a vital reference source that examines civic engagement practices in social, political, and non-political contexts. It also examines the incorporation of artistic works to facilitate improved civic engagement and social justice. Highlighting a range of topics such as social media and politics, civic activism, and public administration"--Provided by publisher
Subject Citizenship -- Study and teaching -- Cross-cultural studies
Civics -- Study and teaching -- Cross-cultural studies
Service learning -- Cross-cultural studies
Political participation -- Cross-cultural studies
Alt Author Information Resources Management Association
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