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Peter Mambrey, Fraunhofer-FIT Institute for Applied Information TechnologyCommunity Interface Design to foster the Political Engagement of Citizens: What can we learn from groupware experiences
*Bernard Manin, Dept. of politics, New York UniversityAzi Lev-on, Dept. of politics, New York UniversityOnline Deliberation and Exposure to Opposing Views
Michael Meehan, Stanford UniversityVirtual Property and the Rule of Law
Hélène MICHEL, IREGE Université de SavoieDomique KREZIAK, IREGE Université de SavoieCan simulation games influence citizen's attitude and behaviour vis-à-vis online public debate?
Hélène MICHEL, IREGE - Université de SavoieCognitive maps of e-voting : An exploratory approach of citizens representations
laurence Monnoyer-Smith, University of Technology of Compiègne, FranceIs deliberation on the Internet a democratic improvement for a better governance ?
Péter Munkácsi, Hungarian Patent OfficeCopyleft - Copyright? Challenges for Civil Societies in the New EU Member States from Eastern Europe
Katherine Murray, Dept. of Communication / Stanford UDaniel Schneider, Dept. of Communication / Stanford UYoung voters and political web sites as means of deliberation. How young Americans and Germans use political web sites to get information, participate in discussions and get involved in politics
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