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Australian Electronic Governance Conference 2004 - Full papers and Multimedia

The Australian Electronic Governance Conferernce 2004 proceedings, are available at http://www.public-policy.unimelb.edu.au/egovernance/ConferenceContent.html

This websites include presentation materials, full video streams of presentations, and complete conference papers for each speaker.  Topics include:

    *  A Comparative Analysis of Political Email Lists
    * A matter of contempt - the unauthorised diversion and receipt of a Member's e-mails
    * Centralisation and Flexibility in Delivering E-Services: tensions and complements
    * Community Sustainability and Information and Communications Technologies: Current Knowledge and Recent Cases
    * Delivering Social Justice, Equality and Growth to All Citizen Through E-Governance
    * [keynote] Direct Representation: a new agenda for e-democracy
    * DISCUSS: A methodology to support public participation in cost-benefit analysis
    * E-Health: Transforming doctor-patient relationships with a dose of technology
    * E-Governance: Taking the Next Step at the Local Level
    * E-government to E-democracy: High-tech ‘solutions’ to ‘no-tech’ problems?
    * Electronic Democracy and Ethics a Paradox - Researching Human Subjects on the Internet
    * Enabling independent and empowered participation in the electronic democratic process by people with disabilities
    * Four Citizens Like Us: The Internet and Democracy
    * The Gatekeepers on the Internet, what do they control and how dependent are they on each other?
    * 'GenerationX' retrieving net-based information: political participation in practice?
    * Getting Online for a Good YARN: Achieving E-Governance Strength through the Active Participation of Citizens
    * Getting ready for eDemocracy: A five-stage maturity model
    * The governance of Open Source Software projects
    * The governmental powers of welfare e-administration
    * Governance, Structure and Existence: Authenticity, Rhetoric, Race and Gender
    * Government-Industry ICT partnering regional Australia: issues surrounding top down e-governance initiatives
    * If they come they will build it: managing and building eDemocracy from the ground up
    * The Impact of Electronic Governance on the Public Sector
    * Keeping electronic information accessible for e-governance and e-democracy
    * 'Keeping it real' – or just an exercise in making it easier to govern? Media trainings, life events, the bloggosphere, and the e-citizen
    * Lessons for eGovernment: Online Dispute Resolution
    * The Limits of Electronic Government: the value of an information perspective
    * Managing eGovernance Initiatives: A Phased Approach with Performance Measures
    * Mapping Political Party Networks on the Web
    * On-line Consultation: E-Democracy and E-Resistance in the Case of the Development Gateway
    * Park-Life: The Commons and Communications Policy
    * Participatory technologies: The use of the internet in civic participation and democratic processes
    * [keynote] The Citizen in an Age of Electronic Governance
    * Public access to legislation and the democratic process
    * The Queensland Government's e-Democracy Agenda
    * Reaching Citizen/Stakeholders: Multimedia in the engagement strategies of Australian public sector organisations
    * Redefining Citizenry? Internet Governance, National Citizens and Expectations of Representation
    * Remote Area E-Governance - The Gulf Savannah Experience
    * Show-Business for Ugly People? Media Politics and E-Democracy
    * Student Virtual Parliament
    * Take a number: employment services in an age of infocracy
    * Towards a Model for Measuring the Performance of e-Procurement Initiatives in the Australian Public Sector: A Balanced Scorecard Approach
    * The use and misuse of concepts in edemocracy discourse
    * Voter Tracking Software: the Dark Side of Technology and Democracy
    * Youth Internet Radio Network: Can we Innovate Democracy?

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