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Rethinking e-democracy. Would it be feasible in our societies?


  • Jesús David Rodado

    () (Eadtrust - European Agency of Digital Trust)


This paper deals with the technological and decisional improvements aiming to apply e-democracy and e-vote. These advances are not enough to correctly implement these new ways to understand the participation of citizenship in politics. We analyze the software for these applications and its possible errors. Factors intended to change voter decisions are also analyzed in the context of these proposed systems. Potential solutions to this kind of problems are also commented. Finally we question the feasibility of e-democracy.

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  • Jesús David Rodado, 2014. "Rethinking e-democracy. Would it be feasible in our societies?," Journal of Socioeconomic Engineering, Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social, issue 1, pages 12-15, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:uae:soceng:y:2014:i:1:p:12-15

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    e-democracy; security; e-vote;


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