Aspasia Papaloi

Aspasia Papaloi
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens | uoa · School of Economics and Political Studies, Faculty of Communication and Mass Media

Doctor of Communication and Mass Media

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Additional affiliations
January 2011 - November 2020
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • Teaching Assistant to postgraduate course "Participatory Digital Communication and Governance" (MEDIA 168) in eParliaments, Transparency, Parliamentary Information Visualization and Participatory Storytelling
Education
January 2011 - November 2020
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Field of study
  • PhD in e-Parliaments and Parliament-to-Citizens (P2C) services (participatory digital storytelling for adolescents)
March 2005 - June 2006
University of the Aegean, Greece, Rhodes
Field of study
September 1995 - September 1999
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Field of study
  • Germanistik-Germanic Language and Literature

Publications

Publications (7)
Conference Paper
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The need for provision of parliamentary information in a simple, systematic and organized way as a corollary of the constant appeal for parliamentary openness by the civil society have paved the way for Parliamentary Information Visualization. Independent organizations and researchers, volunteers, not-for-profit initiatives have deployed Informatio...
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The objective of this article is to highlight the contribution and importance of parliamentary information visualization (PIV) with a view to legislative transparency and citizen empowerment. The constant appeal for parliamentary openness regarding information on laws and bills and accountability of elected representatives calls for transparency in...
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This chapter discusses the implementation of social media in parliaments in order to engage citizens and facilitate participation. In particular, are provided and discussed the findings of a quantitative research on parliamentary institutions that actually use social media, with a view to assess the current presence of parliaments on social media a...
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In an era of citizens' discontentment towards parliamentary democracy and a common perception that public opinion is not properly taken into account by governments, many national parliaments are striving to implement e-services that will attract citizens' interest and engage them actively in parliamentary procedures. This chapter provides an overvi...
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In an era of citizens’ discontentment on democratic institutions, parliaments as a democratic cornerstone, are constantly striving to create alluring services taking, at the same time, into account the difficulty of achieving accessibility and transparency in citizens’ e-participation. At the same time, the evolution of ICT tools presents opportuni...
Conference Paper
In this paper we present an initial overview of the characteristics of modern parliaments recording the existing service offerings and proposing a stakeholder-based categorization with specific categories that can best accomodate explicit and active citizen participation within parliamentary functions. Moreover, are highlighted a number of existing...

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