Mechanisms of Electronic Democracy in Modern Russia: Conditions of Formation and Development Trends
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Ilyicheva Lyudmila E. Dr. Sci. (Polit), Cand. Sci (Philos.), Professor; Professor at the Department of Project and Program Management, Director of the Center for Public-Private Partnership of the Institute of Public Service and Management
Institute of Public Administration and Civil Service of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (IPACS RANEPA)
Moscow, Russian Federation Pirozhkov Nikita S. post graduate of Politology, student
Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
Moscow, Russian Federation
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Abstract:
In the article, the author examines the features of the digitalization of the political process in modern Russia. Attention is focused on the development of the concept of “electronic democracy”, the transformation of this phenomenon in the context of the development of modern information and communication technologies on the example of modern Russian practice. Speaking about the positive trends in the development of Internet communication between the state and society, the unresolved problem of trusting the information coming from state institutions is noted. The main methods of scientific research in this work are the ontological method, which allows to investigate the nature of the digitalization of political processes, as well as the institutional method, which allows to analyze the interaction of institutions of state power and civil society in the framework of the development of “digital interaction”.
How to Cite:
Ilyicheva L.E., Pirozhkov N.S., (2022), MECHANISMS OF ELECTRONIC DEMOCRACY IN MODERN RUSSIA: CONDITIONS OF FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT TRENDS. Sociopolitical Sciences, 2: 21-26. DOI: 10.33693/2223-0092-2022-12-2-21-26
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Keywords:
digitalization, electronic democracy, political processes, information and communication technologies, digital trans-formation.