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Australian Electronic Governance Conference 2004 - Full papers and Multimedia

The Australian Electronic Governance Conferernce 2004 proceedings, are available at

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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