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Bibliography: The Promises of Digitising Government

  • Arias, C.R., Garcia, J., Corpeño, A., 2015. Population as Auditor of an Election Process in Honduras: The Case of the VotoSocial Crowdsourcing Platform. Policy & Internet 7.
  • Brown, A., Fishenden, J., Thompson, M., 2014. An International Problem, in: Digitizing Government: Understanding and Implementing New Digital Business Models. Palgrave Macmillan UK, pp. 15–20.
  • Breuer, Anita, and Yanina Welp. Digital Technologies for Democratic Governance in Latin America: Opportunities and Risks. Routledge, 2014.
  • Caballero, Francisco Sierra and Gravante, Tommaso. Networks, Movements and Technopolitics in Latin America: Critical analysis and Current challenges (Palgrave, 2017).
  • Cabrera, F., Mayer, M., 2016. Winds of Change Over Buenos Aires: Nurturing Entrepreneurship in a Developing Megacity. Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization 11, 12–18.
  • Chadwick, A., 2011. Explaining the Failure of an Online Citizen Engagement Initiative: The Role of Internal Institutional Variables. Journal of Information Technology & Politics 8, 21–40.
  • Cleary, M.R., Stokes, S., 2009. Democracy and the Culture of Skepticism: The Politics of Trust in Argentina and Mexico. Russell Sage Foundation, New York.
  • Evans, D., 2016. The Politics of the People Creating Our Digital Society. Demos Quarterly 8.
  • Galperin, H., Mariscal, J. (Eds.), 2016. Information technology for development: Opening the Internet black box. CIDE Press/DIRSI.
  • Goldsmith, S., Kleiman, N., 2017. A New City O/S: The Power of Distributed Governance. Brookings Institution Press.
  • Lau, T.Y., Aboulhoson, M., Lin, C., Atkin, D.J., 2008. Adoption of e-government in three Latin American countries: Argentina, Brazil and Mexico. Telecommunications Policy 32, 88–100.
  • Luna-Reyes, L.F., Gil-Garcia, J.R., Cruz, C.B., 2007. Collaborative digital government in Mexico: Some lessons from federal Web-based interorganizational information integration initiatives. Government Information Quarterly 24, 808–826.
  • Medina, E., 2011. Cybernetic Revolutionaries: Technology and Politics in Allende’s Chile. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
  • Morozov, E., 2013. To Save Everything, Click Here: Technology, Solutionism, and the Urge to Fix Problems that Don’t Exist, Allen Lane.
  • Schudson, M., 2003. Click Here for Democracy: A History and Critique of an Information-Based Model of Citizenship, in: Jenkins, H., Thorburn, D. (Eds.), Democracy and New Media. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, pp. 49–59.
  • Silvana Rubino-Hallman & Nagy K. Hanna, 'New Technologies for Public Sector Transformation: A Critical Analysis of E-Government Initiatives in Latin America and the Caribbean', Journal of E-Government, 3:3, 3-39 (2008). DOI: 10.1300/J399v03n03_02
  • Thompson, M., 2004. ICT, Power, and Developmental Discourse: A Critical Analysis. The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries 20, 1–25.

Cyber Parties and experimental policymaking:

  • Partido de la Red. ‘Manifiesto de La Red’. (primary source)
  • Margetts, Helen. ‘The Cyber Party’. In Handbook of Party Politics, by Richard Katz and William Crotty, 528–35. London: Sage, 2006.

Module participants should note that an additional reading list on digital technologies and government and political communications is available on request.