Tag Archives: self-efficacy

Community councils online? Up to a point, Lord Copper

Some readers may be aware that during the blog silence, I have in fact been involved in a bit of research, looking at different aspects of the use of the internet by Scottish community councils. The latest output has been … Continue reading

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Political self-efficacy… mmm (updated)

I wrote with my colleage Colin Smith a brief paper on the use of self-efficacy in evaluating e-participation, which I presented at EDEM09 yesterday. As a result of this, a whole new world is opening up before me: here for … Continue reading

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