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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! E-democracy (combination of the words "electronic" and "democracy.") is a form of direct democracy representing the use of information and communication technologies and strategies by democratic actors within political and governance processes of local communities, nations and on the international stage. Democratic actors/sectors include governments, elected officials, the media, political organizations, and citizens/voters.E-democracy suggests greater and more active citizen participation enabled by the Internet, mobile communications, and other technologies in today s representative democracy as well as through more participatory or direct forms of citizen involvement in addressing public challenges.E-democracy is a relatively new concept, which has surfaced out of the popularity of the internet and the need to reinvigorate interest in the democratic process. Access is the key to creating interest in the democratic process.Citizens are more willing to use Web sites to support their candidates and their campaign drives. In the United States just over half of the population vote, and in the United Kingdom only 69% of English citizens do so.
Uitgever Frederic P. Miller
Uitgever Agnes F. Vandome
Uitgever John McBrewster
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