publication . Other literature type . 2017

E-democracy and public administrators: the Malaysian case

Abu Bakar, Abdul Gapar;
  • Published: 13 Jan 2017
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Abstract
The thesis investigates public administrators’ use of interactive Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) in the Malaysian Federal Public Service (MFPS). It describes qualitative research which identifies the nature of e-democracy practices in policy development in the MFPS. In-depth interviews and scholarly as well as government documents provide empirical evidence. Through a survey of literature, contextual features such as absence of policy in the MFPS for e-democracy, constitutional limitations on public discussions of issues relating to Bumiputera preferential rights, and a guarantee of non-censorship of the Internet were identified. These factor...
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free text keywords: Uncategorized, icts, public administrator, policymaking, democracy, thesis(doctorate), double loop structurational framework, monash:63258, malaysia, technology-in-practice, ethesis-20101215-151357, open access, e-democracy, 1959.1/475245, public service, 2010
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publication . Other literature type . 2017

E-democracy and public administrators: the Malaysian case

Abu Bakar, Abdul Gapar;