In an urban setting, third places (i.e., different from home and working places) are the natural environment where the new generation of users of digital, mobile-based devices can find a physical environment where to re-mediate their participation to their city life as citizens of a democratic society. This paper explores the integration of different existing social networks supporting e-government through a system of public space adoption, voting and sharing. The aim of this integration is to form a crowd-computed politic agenda, so that it can be embraced at either a local or regional level, eventually resulting in a data-driven smart city governance.

The Adoption of Urban Public Space as a Driving Force for Third Places in the Remediation of Democracy

CAIANIELLO, Pasquale;COSTANTINI, STEFANIA;TARANTINO, Laura;
2013

Abstract

In an urban setting, third places (i.e., different from home and working places) are the natural environment where the new generation of users of digital, mobile-based devices can find a physical environment where to re-mediate their participation to their city life as citizens of a democratic society. This paper explores the integration of different existing social networks supporting e-government through a system of public space adoption, voting and sharing. The aim of this integration is to form a crowd-computed politic agenda, so that it can be embraced at either a local or regional level, eventually resulting in a data-driven smart city governance.
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