This years‘ CeDEM16 again hosted a PhD colloquium. Chaired by Anneke Zuiderwijk and with Johann Höchtl, Muneo Kaigo, Jochen Scholl, and Mila Gascó on the expert panel, the following submissions were discussed:
Rido Panjaitan: The Use of Online Spaces by Government for Enhancing Citizen Participation: Indonesia as a Case Study
Abdul Rohman: Making the World Small: A Closed FB Group and Peace Activists in Indonesia
Maria Haberer: The Crisis of Representative Democracy: Transformation of Institutional Politics through Net-Parties and Their Use of ICTs
Rachel Khan: Tracking Typhoon Haiyan: Open Government Data in Disaster Response and Recovery
Ann O’Brien: Public Value in eParticipation: The Mediating Role of Sense of Community
Yvonne Bräutigam: Reporting Science in the Digital World – Are Codes of Conducts Missing Something?
Larissa Galdino de Magalhães: Government Initiatives of E-Participation of Governments: Scenario Analysis of the Bodies and Mechanisms for Social Participation in Virtual Environments.
See the commented video of her presentation
and the research statement.