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Pedro Prieto-Martín – We assess the field’s practical and theoretical achievements and limitations, and corroborate that the progress of eParticipation in the last decade has not been completely satisfactory in spite of the significant share of resources invested to support it…we attempt to diagnose and shed light on some of the field’s systemic problems and challenges which are responsible for this lack of development. The domain’s maladies are grouped under tree main categories: (1) lack of a proper understanding and articulation with regard to the ‘Participation’ field; (2) eParticipation community’s ‘founding biases’ around eGovernment and academy; and (3) inadequacy of traditional Innovation Support Programmes to incentivise innovation in the field.
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