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Citizens Online


Author
Velšic Marián

Imprint
IVO, Bratislava, 2008

Language
English

Annotation 
The research report titled Citizens Online on the representative research encompassing the attitudes and positions of the citizens is one of key contri-butions of the Institute for Public Affairs to the discussion on the implementa-tion of e-Government in Slovakia. The research focused on identifying the needs and expectations of the citi-zens in the area of public online services, namely: ● informedness about public online services and preferred means of communication with bureaus ● who is and who is not online ● hands-on experiences with and evaluation of presently available public online services ● the perception of main advan-tages and barriers of their use ● interest of citizens in key types of e-services and potential of their use into the future.

The research is a part of a project titled Launching e-Governance in Slovakia: Empowering Citizens to Participate, Influence and Exercise Democratic Control, supported by Trust for Civil Society in Central & Eastern Europe.

Download: Citizens Online [PDF document, 900 KB]





Product details
 Number of pages   20
 Format   electronic document
 ISBN   978-80-89345-00-7




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