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This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the sixth IFIP WG 8.5 foreign convention on digital Participation, ePart 2014, held in Dublin, eire, in September 2014. The eleven revised complete papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 20 submissions. The papers were prepared within the following topical sections: social media; evaluation and research; enticing electorate on-line; and software program systems and evaluation.
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When no new genres were identified, the remainders of the posts were quickly scanned to see which genre category they matched. Finally, representatives of the political parties was contacted and asked to verify the interviews from 2009. They were given the summary of the transcripts from 2009 and asked if anything had changed in the time between the two elections. 1 Summary of Findings, 2009 Election The interviews made in 2009 identified three objectives for political communication in SNS’. These are dialogue with citizens, contributions from citizens, and involvement in party activities, and are presented in table 1.
The ministry hosts the website but the communities involve practitioners and professionals in positions related to the communities' field of practice from variant backgrounds and positions in municipalities, NGOs and more. At the time of data collection (early 2012), 31 communities existed with more than 7,700 members. 40 A. Lev-On and N. e. adoption, juvenile delinquency, violence in the family and more). Entering the communities requires login using a password, and all communication is identified by members’ name and position.
In other cases, we see greetings cheering the party on to fight for a specific case. This genre, while not directly political, could be seen as narrowing the gap between politician and citizen, creating a sense of personal attachment between the two. Personal accounts are mainly found in blogs, as response to politicians asking for the stories of individual citizens. The most interesting example is where the minister of health asks for people’s stories as input to a major health reform. Video responses from citizens are rare, but some examples exist.