The editors of, Digital Democracy and the Impact of Technology on Governance and Politics: New Globalized Practices, have issued a call for chapters. Recommended topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Digital politics, digital democracy, e-governance: theoretical foundations.
- Political participation and electronic citizenship: the possibilities and endangerments of cyberspace for democratic dialogue and political pluralism.
- Technology and e-governance: Public and supranational policy making.
- Digital democracy and civil society. The role of technology for the NGO’ s and social movements.
- Democracy in the prospect of Globalization and information era: the implications for the traditional representative democracy.
- Electronic citizenship and democracy across borders: political inclusion and political seclusion.
- The social parameters of digital democracy: social politics and social seclusions.
- Elective processes and electronic voting: practices and policies in favor of supranational democracy.
- E-governance and policy making in the U.S and the European Union.
- Transparency, accountability and democratic legitimacy and the modern role of technology and cyberspace in their realization.
- Technology as a means for direct democracy and as a remedy for political apathy.
- The transformation of democracy in the era of cyberspace and globalization: what are the challenges and threats?
- The use of technology in political decision making: freedom of speech, referenda and digital participation.
- Public surveillance of political participation and the notion of political anonymity.