Serving Best Interests in ‘Known Biological Father Disputes’ in the United Kingdom
Macfarlane, L. (2016)
Serving Best Interests in ‘Known Biological Father Disputes’ in the United Kingdom. In E. E. Sutherland, & L. A. B. MacFarlane (Eds.), Implementing Article 3 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child : best interests, welfare and well-being, (149-164). (1). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press
Article 3 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child provides that in ‘all actions concerning children’ the ‘best interests of the child shall be a primary consideration’...
E-Consultation, Controversy and Youth
Macintosh, A., Smith, E., & Whyte, A. (2005)
E-Consultation, Controversy and Youth. In M. Cunningham, & P. Cunningham (Eds.), Innovation and the Knowledge Economy: Issues, Applications, Case Studies, 730-737. IOS Press
This paper presents the results of a completed research study the aim of which was to identify ICT tools suitable for engaging with young people in dialogue on a complex polic...
Young People and e-Democracy: Creating a Culture of Participation
Masters, Z., Masters, Z., Macintosh, A., & Smith, E. (2003)
Young People and e-Democracy: Creating a Culture of Participation. In R. Traunmuller (Ed.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science; Electronic Government, 15-22. doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30078-6_3
Research originally suggested that new technologies, particularly the Internet, provided a useful mechanism for engaging young people - an otherwise largely disenfranchised gr...
The Communities of Practice model for understanding digital engagement by hyperlocal elected representatives
Cruickshank, P., & Ryan, B. (2016)
The Communities of Practice model for understanding digital engagement by hyperlocal elected representatives. In M. Janssen, M. A. Wimmer, Ø. Sæbø, T. A. Pardo, P. Panagiotopoulos, M. Gascó, …E. Tambouris (Eds.), Electronic Government and Electronic Participation, 11-18. https://doi.org/10.3233/978-1-61499-570-8-11
There has been much research into citizens’ engagement with their representatives. This paper offers an approach to understanding sustained take-up of internet technologies by...
How to Become a Smart City: Learning from Amsterdam
Mora, L., & Bolici, R. (2017)
How to Become a Smart City: Learning from Amsterdam. In A. Bisello, D. Vettorato, R. Stephens, & P. Elisei (Eds.), Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions; Green Energy and Technology, (251-266). Bolzano/Bozen, Italy: BMC. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-44899-2_15
This exploratory study has been carried out to better understand the development process of strategies that allow large European cities to become smart. This aim is achieved t...
Urban regeneration in the digital era: how to develop smart city strategies in large European cities
Mora, L., & Bolici, R. (2015)
Urban regeneration in the digital era: how to develop smart city strategies in large European cities. Techne. Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, 5(2), 110-119
The study documented in this paper has been carried out in order to
acquire new knowledge concerning the development processes of smart city strategies. This aim has been achi...
The development process of smart city strategies: the case of Barcelona
Mora, L. & Bolici, R. (2016)
The development process of smart city strategies: the case of Barcelona. In Rajaniemi, J. (Ed.). Re-city: future city - combining disciplines, 155-181. Tampere, Finland: Tampere University of Technology, School of Architecture. ISBN 978-952-15-3624-3
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Exploring the Big Picture of Smart City Research
Komninos, N., & Mora, L. (2018)
Exploring the Big Picture of Smart City Research. Scienze Regionali-The Italian Journal of Regional Science, 1, 15-38
This paper analyses the big picture of the smart city research field by means of a bibliometric analysis of the literature on smart cities produced between 1992 and 2012. The ...
UK public library roles and value: a focus group analysis
Appleton, L., Hall, H., Duff, A., & Raeside, R. (2018)
UK public library roles and value: a focus group analysis. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 50(3), (275-283). ISSN 0961-0006
Findings from a study of the advantages and disadvantages accrued by individuals from their public library use, and the impact of this on citizenship at individual and communi...
Stylized Facts on Smart Specialisation Research
Mora, L., Deakin, M., & Reid, A. (2018)
Stylized Facts on Smart Specialisation Research. In M. Bozina Beros, N. Recker, & M. Kozina (Eds.), Proceedings of the 27th International Scientific Conference on Economic and Social Development, (176-185
Smart Specialisation has generated a paradigmatic change in regional innovation policies and the European Union has shown a strong interest in supporting research that investi...