The Future of Digital Democracy. An Interdisciplinary Approach


Pierluigi Contucci, Andrea Omicini, Danilo Pianini, Alina Sîrbu (eds.)

Lecture Notes in Computer Science (State-of-the-Art Survey) 11300, January 2019
Springer

Digital democracy is a hot topic nowadays, its relevance growing along with the impact of computational platforms on our (political) life. Communication is the basal fabric on which society is defined, and it appears obvious that the civic organisation and politics itself should take the opportunities the "digital revolution" offers. Institutional inertia, nevertheless, causes large delays in updating and adapting. Therefore, the balance between participation and delegated representation is now facing a crisis. A thorough understanding of the factors involved in participation is a first step towards providing solutions. Using the Internet to fill the gap and build a digital democracy provides an opportunity, along with several risks that need to be carefully analysed. It needs to be implemented using a fully inter- and trans-disciplinary perspective.
The six contributions included in this State-of-the Art Survey present research in the field of social sciences as well as mathematics and computer science and aim at contributing to a better understanding of the potential and dangers of digital democracy, helping readers go beyond the misunderstandings, the misconceptions,and the conceptual and practical abuses that the very notion of democracy is undergoing during this age of technological revolution and social turmoils.

(keywords) authentication, authorization, cryptography, data security, delegation, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), information technology, knowledge management, resource allocation, resource management, security systems, software engineering
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Journals & Series

Publication

— editors

Pierluigi Contucci, Andrea Omicini, Danilo Pianini, Alina Sîrbu

— status

published

— sort

edited volume

Venue

— series

Lecture Notes in Computer Science / State-of-the-Art Survey

— volume

11300

— publication date

January 2019

URLs

original page  |  original PDF

Identifiers

— DOI

10.1007/978-3-030-05333-8

— DBLP

series/lncs/11300

— IRIS

11585/653741

— Scholar

12990193718704924330

— print ISSN

0302-9743

— online ISSN

1611-3349

— print ISBN

978-3-030-05332-1

— online ISBN

978-3-030-05333-8

BibTeX

— BibTeX ID
digitaldemocracy-book2019
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book

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