Collaborative behaviours in e participation

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  • 1. Collaborative Behaviours in E-Participation Noella Edelmann, Peter Parycek
  • 2. 1. Why & How?
  • 3. Why Now? Welcome in the social web Clay Sharky Not a hype it fulfills natural human social needs! 1. Phase linking information 2. Phase linking social relationships
  • 4. Why do they produce? culture of generosity is the backbone of the internet Tapscott & Williams 2006 investment for future returns + status + personal visibility + external promotion + to be up-to-date + BUT
  • 5. How to govern participation?
    • netiquette
    • all behaviour is motivated
    • process & model design discussion/deliberation/participation/collaboration
  • 6. 2. Hyperlinks, Communities & Crowds
  • 7. Hyperlinking
    • affects the size and shape of the public sphere,
    • expresses social relationships,
    • has shifted the dynamics of human conversation.
  • 8. hyperlinks are becoming the currency and connective tissue of the networked society
  • 9.
    • continued efforts of known participants
    • high commitment of individual to the collective,
    Community vs. Crowd
    • talents of many (relatively) anonymous individuals
    • isolated, minimal, discrete, objective and often anonymous contributions
    • they do not have to engage directly with each other
  • 10. 3. Opportunities, Limits, Risks & Tensions
  • 11. Opportunities
    • Improvement of efficacy, capacity and legitimacy
    • Modernization of government service delivery
    • Interaction with citizens
    • Activation of citizens to participate in networks and dialogues
    • Access to new ideas and expertise
    • Profounder and deeper understanding of citizens.
    • Public value through any combination of public agencies, the private sector, community groups or citizens
  • 12. Limits
    • internet not normal way of life
    • knowledge
    • time
    • culture &
    • language (especially in Europe)
  • 13. Risks
    • quality?
    • an overload of initiatives
    • too many other opportunities
    • low levels of commitment & interest
    • digital divide
    • chaos of useless information
    • manipulated public opinion
    • democracy is ruled by mob and rumour
  • 14. Tension:
    • consume more than contribute
    • opinion sway, majority and minority group effects
    • Hierarchical structures vs. virtualized environment
    • E-Participation & Collaboration need transparency
  • 15. Thanks! Noella, Peter