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Networked Individuals and Institutions: A Cross-Sector Comparative Perspective on Patterns and Strategies in Government and Research

Abstract:

Discussion of the role of the Internet in government and research tends to be "institution-centric" in that e-government and e-research initiatives are both anchored in top-down strategies to provide information resources to citizens or researchers by place-based institutions, including governments and universities. In both institutional arenas, the diffusion of these services has been limited to small albeit growing proportions of their target audiences. In contrast, individuals with access ...

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10.1080/01972240902848914

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Dutton, WH More by this author
Journal:
INFORMATION SOCIETY
Volume:
25
Issue:
3
Pages:
198-207
Publication date:
2009
DOI:
EISSN:
1087-6537
ISSN:
0197-2243
URN:
uuid:eb2fc33e-7e86-449a-bb57-f7ec8a85d212
Source identifiers:
296896
Local pid:
pubs:296896

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