1st English ed. - México : Jalisco, Instituto Electoral y de Participación Ciudadana : PNUD, 2012.
Book — 182 p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm.
Presentation / Ma. Macarita Elizondo Gasperín
Prologue / Magdy Martínez-Soliman
Introduction / José Tomás Figueroa Padilla
E-democracy in Latin America among inclusive democracy and Web 2.0 / Ravneet Singh
Notes on political participation and electoral institutions in Latin America in the age of new technologies / Salvador Romero Ballivián
Different views about the use of mobile technology and the Internet in an election process from the perspective of the OAS observation missions / Pablo Gutiérrez
Citizen participation through new technological platforms: the promotion of accountability in Kenya's election process / Ezra Chiloba
"No to electronic voting": why is electronic voting successful in some countries and fails in others? / Fernando Barrientos del Monte
Brazil and the digital vote / Marco Antonio Martin Vargas and Aldair de Almeida Anhaia
Digital democracy: electronic voting system in Jalisco / José Tomás Figueroa Padilla
New technologies and democratic governance: towards a more inclusive participation? / Raúl Zambrano
Fame, followers, anonymity and activism / David Sasaki
Open government: a new panorama for governance / Jorge Soto.
This book addresses the electoral actors and people interested in study of the value technologies and their impact in democracies. It aims to address both the benefits and limitations of ICTs on electoral projects or citizen participation, based on the study of specific cases and the different professional perspectives: electoral authorities, UNDP officials, academics, representatives of civil society experts on elections and election campaigns. (source: Nielsen Book Data)