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DemIL: an online interaction language between citizen and government

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DemIL: an online interaction language between citizen and government
Electronic democracy should provide information and service for the citizens on the Internet, allowing room for debate, participation and electronic voting. The languages being adopted by mass communication means, especially Reality Shows, are efficient and encourage public participation in decision-making. This paper discusses a citizen-government interaction language intended to facilitate citizen participation in the government's decisions. An eDemocracy Model for people participation through web-based technologies is conceived. This model specifies the syntax of an Democracy Interaction Language, a DemIL. Such language incorporates characteristics of Reality Show Formats, and it is the back-end of a web-interface project in the domain researched. The study of case Participative Budget of Brazil represents the language proposed. Categories and Subject Descriptors H.5.2 User Interfaces General Terms: Design, Human Factors, Languages
Cristiano Maciel, Ana Cristina Bicharra Garcia
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where WWW
Authors Cristiano Maciel, Ana Cristina Bicharra Garcia
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