Online participation can be understood as a process with different phases. During a participation process this is the phase in which participation takes place, i.e. in which contributions can be made by those invited to participate. This is the core of a participation process that is followed by the result phase.
If there was a formal setup phase then this is where all the previously made decisions about process and platform design come to bear.
In formally organized participation processes this phase if usually very clearly defined as contributions by participants are welcome for a certain period of time. However, in continuous participation processes this phase might not have a fixed end and the result phase runs in parallel.
This phase can have further sub phases, e.g. one in which to collect opinions and one in which to vote on those opinions (see e.g. Kubicek (2012)).
This category has the following 18 subcategories, out of 18 total.
- ► Deliberation (1 C, 42 P)
- ► Emotion (11 P)
- ► Identifiability (11 P)
- ► Online Argumentation (5 C, 185 P)
- ► Reputation (7 P)
Pages in category "Execution"
The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total.