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Vol 5, No 2 (2013)
Table of Contents
|Noella Edelmann, Peter Parycek||iv-v|
Scientific Research Papers
|Online parliamentary election campaigns in Scotland: a decade of research|
|Graeme Baxter, Rita Marcella||107-127|
|The Five Stars Movement in the Italian Political Scenario. A Case for Cybercratic Centralism?|
|Rosanna De Rosa||128-140|
|Understanding E-Democracy Government-Led Initiatives for Democratic Reform|
|Julie Freeman, Sharna Quirke||141-154|
|Safe Online e-Services Building Legitimacy for E-government. A Case Study of Public E-services in Education in Sweden.|
|Mariana Gustafsson, Wihlborg Elin||155-173|
|Parliamentary Information Visualization as a Means for Legislative Transparency and Citizen Empowerment?|
|Aspasia Papaloi, Dimitris Gouscos||174-186|
|Re-Designing Open Data 2.0|
|Collective Action “Going Digital”: Overcoming Institutional and Micro-Structural Constraints through Technology Use|
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