Rise and Fall of Digital Activism in Mexico From 2000-2019

Political activism is more alive than ever. After the scandal of Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, online social media platforms restricted the distribution of content to privacy laws. But populism disruption in many countries fosters political discontent. Online protests and everyday claims are rising. Add to this context environmental problems and an absence of an ideological framework. All these conditions foster…

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Digitalization and Political Science in Mexico

El presente capitulo explora el impacto de la digitalización en la educación enfocada a las ciencias políticas en tres actores: maestros, estudiantes y  desarrollo digital.. Busca responder a las preguntas: ¿Cómo los estudiantes aprenden en este nuevo ambiente tecnológico? ¿Cuál es el rol del profesor para adaptar su pedagogía y administración de las materias que imparte?. El texto se divide…

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A Review of Artificial Intelligence in Government and its Potential from a Public Policy Perspective

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the latest trend being implemented in the public sector. Recent advances in this field and the AI explosion in the private sector have served to promote a revolution for government, public service management, accountability, and public value. Incipient research to understand, conceptualize and express challenges and limitations is now ongoing. This paper is the first approach…

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Understanding the Perspectives of Open Government: Exploratory Factor Analysis in Spain and Mexico

Open Government (OG) is a term increasingly used in public administrations. The public managers seem to be interested in modernizing their models of public management and they find in the idea of OG strategies to respond to citizen demands. However, there seems to be a dispersion of what public managers understand as OG. This work is a comparative analysis of…

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