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|Title:||Research on Citizens' E-Participation in Policy Making Process of China||Authors:||LIU HUI||Keywords:||electronic participation, policy-making process||Issue Date:||12-Aug-2014||Citation:||LIU HUI (2014-08-12). Research on Citizens' E-Participation in Policy Making Process of China. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Under China?s bureaucratic regime, the policy-making process is seen to be inaccessible to ordinary citizens through traditional participation channels, thus citizens could only turn to the virtual cyberspace to express their interests and opinions. The ruling party?s new governing ideology that is less autocratic and domineering and more consultative has also created the conditions for e-participation to thrive. The purpose of e-participation is to push public policies to fulfill citizens? needs and wants through various online platforms. I argue that citizen? e-participation facilitates the policy-making process mainly in following ways.||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/119282|
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