Commons knowledge and the definition of risks in policy-making processes

Stephan Dorsman, Victor Bekkers, Arthur Edwards

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Abstract

In this paper, we want to know how knowledge, available and shared in social media networks (like Twitter, Facebook, Hyves, blogs, wickis etc,) does influence processes of risk definition in policy-making processes regarding ‘wicked problems’ and how this can be explained? Little is known about how policy relevant knowledge in social media based networks is created and shared and how it influences the shaping of public policy processes.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 7 Sept 2011
EventEGPA Conference - Bucharest
Duration: 7 Sept 201110 Sept 2011

Conference

ConferenceEGPA Conference
CityBucharest
Period7/09/1110/09/11

Research programs

  • ESSB PA

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