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    E-Democracy: Positive or Negative?

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    to explore the topic of e-democracy. As our society becomes more enthralled with technology and communication via the Web, it is important to consider what kind of methods and tools we use to communicate about issues that vastly affect everyone. Although some believe that there are positives and negatives regarding e-democracy, every subject is going to have pros and cons. Throughout this paper, I am going to explore what the “mainstream” media has written about e-democracy and both the positives

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    In “Democracy” by E.B. White, White describes what Democracy is, and he uses metaphors throughout his response to show both the positive and negative characteristics of Democracy. White supports Democracy, because overall, Democracy emboldens equality among all in the sense that one person should not have a biased advantage over the other. Equality stimulates privacy, which then gives people a sense of significance. In addition, White stresses the idea that Democracy is very heavy on citizens: not

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    Overview of Information Technology

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    towards good governance in developing countries Opesade, A. O. (2011) Strategic, value-based ICT investment as a key factor bridging the digital divide Information Development 27(2) 100–108 Sage publications Renu, B. and Sameer, S. (2002) E-readiness assessment Available at: http://www.indiaegov.org/knowledgeexchg/ ereadiness_Assessment.pdf. The World Bank Group (2000) THE NETWORKING REVOLUTION Opportunities and Challenges for Developing Countries Global Information and Communication

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    communication

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    literature review will provide a basis for social media technologies, e-government, Web 2.0 and communication enagement. E-government The private sector embraces and incorporates technological change at a faster rate than that of the public sector. In an effort to keep pace with the needs of the people, efforts to innovate a bureaucratic system leads to the creation of e-government. Digital government or electronic government (e-government) started as a new form of public organization that supports

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    The revolution in information and communication technologies has been changing not only the daily lives of people but also the interactions between governments and citizens. The digital government or electronic government (e-government) has started as a new form of public organization that supports and redefines the existing and new information, communication and transaction-related interactions with stakeholders (e.g., citizens and businesses), especially through the Internet and Web technologies

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    Democracy and Islam, an article written by Irfan Ahmad1 strives to show that there is a possibility that Islam can move towards democracy. On the other hand, Islam and Liberal Democracy: A Historical Overview, an article written by Bernard Lewis2 discusses how a democracy is unable to work in Islamic States. In this essay, I will be comparing and contrasting the two articles. Both Bernard and Irfan carry weight in their arguments and have certain strong points, as well as weaknesses. The major difference

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    Characteristics Of Democracy

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    for all later theories of Democracy. He believed that they are totally connected and that for a government to be legitimate it must enjoy the consent of the governed and the consent must be obtained through the majority rule.

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    Civic Culture Essay

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    Civic Culture Civic Culture is regarded by many political scientists as the most important factor for a nation to possess to maintain healthy a democracy. However, while scholars like Robert D. Putnam agree with this assertion, Civic culture is not enough to sustain a healthy democracy in a country, it must be paired with the ‘right’ of the four aspects of civic culture (unbiased media, cross cutting cleavages with memberships, etc.) as well as paired with a dependable economy, I will show this through

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    virtual stand-in for democracy by way of observation, clarity, and behavior (Flyverbom et al. 2016; Christensen and Cheney 2015). A fundamental part of democracy is, after all, consent from the public being governed, and that consent is not only without merit but ultimately meaningless if the public is not informed (Florini

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    discussing how Islam is not compatible with democracy, we need to discuss how the West “de-democratized” Muslim states instead. It is possible that the dominant democracy has been harsh to Muslims. So why has democracy been so weak in the Muslim world? This is a huge question due to the promotion of democracy about the Middle East. For example, the Middle East would need a benevolent promoter like the United States of America for it to be compatible with democracy. That is why it is better to discuss the

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