Electronic Government: Second International Conference, EGOV by Roland Traunmüller

By Roland Traunmüller

The EGOV convention sequence intends to evaluate the cutting-edge in e-Gove- ment and to supply information for examine and improvement during this fast-moving ?eld. the once a year meetings assemble major learn specialists and p- fessionals from all around the globe. hence, EGOV 2003 in Prague outfitted at the achievements of the first EGOV convention (Aix-en-Provence, 2002), which p- vided an illustrative assessment of e-Government actions. This yr the curiosity even elevated: approximately a hundred contributions, and authors coming from 34 nations. during this means EGOV convention 2003 was once a reunion for pros from all around the globe. EGOV 2003 introduced a few alterations within the define and constitution of the c- ference. in response to the broadening of the ?eld and progressively more s- missions it grew to become essential to decentralize the reviewing approach. So reviewing was once performed through flow chairs who deserve excessive compliment for his or her devoted paintings. additionally, a workshop half used to be integrated to hide a few topics of rising signi?cance, comparable to dissemination, networking, and local advancements. F- ther, a subtitle of the convention was once selected that will reflect the growth of e-Government to e-Governance. therefore, during this year’s convention gov- nance, democratic deliberation and criminal concerns occupied a growing to be percentage. final, yet now not least, GIS was once included as an issue because of the expanding significance of geographical info structures for making plans and operations.

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Secondly, symbolic efficacy depends on the degree to which the vision proposed is founded in reality. The theory effect is all the more powerful in accordance with the adequacy of the theory. Thus we assert that the tendencies to oppose rational and political perspectives and to treat them separately tend to conceal the relational link between them [8, 10]. Symbolic power, then, is to create things with words. Within these conditions, the power to impose a vision (old or new) upon others with social divisions depends on the social authority acquired in previous struggles.

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