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Autori: Cazzanti, Roberto
Supervisore non afferente all'Università: ALBAREA, ROBERTO
Titolo: Opendata, liberazione dei dati e partecipazione nei nativi digitali. Autoregolazione intelligente delle tecnologie E-partecipation and smart citizens in education.
Abstract (in inglese): Democracy encourages the participation of individuals to the common interest in order to relate one’s action to that of the other’s and takes into consideration the action by the other to give meaning to his own thus overcoming the barriers of social class, race and territory. A mobile society spreading the continuous changes taking place all over the world by means of its media channels must ensure that all its members are educated to be flexible and encouraged to take up personal initiative. If not, they would be overwhelmed by the changes they would experience, changes whose full meanings and connections would not be able to understand. A confusing situation would arise in which a small number of people would take possession of the results of the activities by the others. The present work has been inspired by such an assumption based on the concerns involved due to the gradual loss of representativeness of the institutions that traditionally took charge of giving voice to social issues. Parties and associations have made the synthesis between state and society up to the time when this was possible. Populist and techno-populist movements and personalized leaderships of these social formations show the declining phase of such model of representation. To overcome the crisis of traditionally conceived representation some of the potentialities of the web and of the new communication technology have been investigated. The argument is based on the need to educate future generations to democratic participation through the introduction of the Open Data included in a teaching unit to be proposed in secondary schools. The possibility of accessing and manipulating the rough data or doing citizen participative journalism activities on data still disregarded by the tame information is based on the positive feedback coming from the educational experiences of partecipa.net and Citizenship and Constitution whose main target is participation. The work ends by underlining the value of the use of open data in teaching on account of the chance that the data released may be used in school activities of citizen participative journalism in continuity with the experience of participatory journalism which gave birth to the North American telematic agorà of the 1990s. The intelligent self-disciplined awareness in the use of technology is to support the net surfing by the digital natives. Such approach would help them to establish “who is what”, as to say, to be able to recognize and deal with the positive aspects of the Internet. For this purpose the contribution of teachers choosing the educational dimension of the mandate instead of the content of the discipline is essential.
Parole chiave: E-Government; Open Data; Accountability; Capitale sociale
MIUR : Settore M-PED/01 - Pedagogia Generale E Sociale
Lingua: ita
Data: 22-apr-2016
Corso di dottorato: Dottorato di ricerca in Comunicazione multimediale
Ciclo di dottorato: 28
Università di conseguimento titolo: Università degli Studi di Udine
Luogo di discussione: Udine
Citazione: Cazzanti, R. Opendata, liberazione dei dati e partecipazione nei nativi digitali. Autoregolazione intelligente delle tecnologie E-partecipation and smart citizens in education.. (Doctoral Thesis, Università degli Studi di Udine, 2016).
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