Building Digital Gov Strategies

La Larga Marcha del Gobierno Abierto: Teoría Medición y Futuro

Comparte este postEn el 2013 me decidí a escribir un libro que titulé: La Larga Marcha del Gobierno Abierto: Teoría, Medición y Futuro. Fruto de una investigación que comenzó en el 2005; la primera intención fue tratar de ofrecer al lector, tanto académico como al servidor público una aproximación simple y clara de lo que es Leer más

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Using Twitter in Political Campaigns: The Case of the PRI Candidate in Mexico

Comparte este postAbstract: Social media has invaded elections in Mexico. However, the power of citizens through the use of this platform is still unknown. Many citizens criticize political candidates using Twitter, others build networks and some others try to collaborate with candidates. This research is focused in understanding this kind of behavior, analyzing the case Leer más

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Media use during conflicts: information seeking gratifications & efficacy during 2012 Mexican elections

Comparte este postPublic access to accurate and reliable information is fundamental to democracy and democratic decision-making. In conditions of uncertainty and imperfect information, such as during political crises or controversial elections in emerging democracies, reliable information is often difficult to obtain. We investigated the uses and gratifications obtained from diverse information sources available to citizens Leer más

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The Adoption of e-Government Services in Mexico: A Citizens’Perception Analysis

Comparte este postABSTRACT Governments have provided services to citizens using means such as: face-to-face, regular mail, telephone, among others. These services have proven to be good channels of communication and interaction, but they have limitations. For example, services are provided only on times and days previously established and not all government personnel are service-oriented. These Leer más