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Democracy in the Network Society: are the Spanish Indignants transforming politics?
Transcript of Democracy in the Network Society: are the Spanish Indignants transforming politics?
Democracy in the
are the Spanish Indignants transforming politics?
"Tecnologie Digitali nelle Istituzioni Pubbliche e Non Profit”
Communication Science, Università della Svizzera Italiana
29 november 2012
To cite this work:
Peña-López, Ismael. (2012) Democracy in the Network Society: are the Spanish Indignants transforming politics?
Guest lecture at "Tecnologie Digitali nelle Istituzioni Pubbliche e Non Profit”, Communication Science, Università della Svizzera Italiana.
29 november 2012.
To contact the author: http://ictlogy.net
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Politics take place at a scheduled time
Participation can take place whenever
Politics happen in a closed place
Participation can happen anywhere, in the open
Someone proposes something programmed
Nothing lasts forever, you have to debate about what to debate
Someone preset does politics
You can participate with everyone, with whom you choose
Collaboration is expensive
Competition and reinventing the wheel ends up being expensive
Changing the programme
Not changing the programme ends up being expensive
Content and container are inseparable
Content is volatile,
the container is you
freedom over the system
freedom within the system
How is freedom / power
distributed in the system?
Hierarchies are effective and efficient
From appropriation to transformation
Dematerialization of access to information.
Space and time no more determinant for communications.
The knowledge gap hypothesis
Wisdom of crowds
Open Government (oGov)
(proxy or delegated
(inwards & outwards)
Atomization of tasks
Paradox of less
Cost of participation
Open Government (oGov)
Networks are effective and efficient