Digitalization of the technology policy of joint management: the case of the platform "Public Services. We decide together"
// Politics and Society. – 2022. – є 2.
– P. 37-44.
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Abstract: The article examines the theoretical models of technopolitics in the context of public administration. The focus of the article is on technopolitical models that act as means of implementing the practices of civic participation and joint management. The network principle of designing theoretical models of joint management is reflected. The analysis of theories of joint management in public policy and methods of coordination interaction is carried out. The model of "patisipatory manageability" as a state policy operating in conditions of uncertainty and complication of social transformations is considered separately. The approach to technopolitics as a tool for human empowerment is revealed. The specific mechanisms of civic participation embedded in the technical functionality of the Internet feedback platform "Public Services. We decide together." The main conclusions of the study: the scientific definition of the concept of "technopolitics" in modern political science is given, the problem of ambiguity of its understanding is also reflected. The place of technopolitics in the system of public administration is determined and opportunities for civil cooperation are taken into account. The analysis of the theories of joint management in public policy and the methods of coordination interaction, such as "governance", "democratization regulating management", "management based on cooperation", "joint management", "management through community participation", "community involving government", "integrated public management", "participatory manageability". The main models of technopoly are considered in the context of the resource approach and the network phenomenon associated with power and management. The technology of increasing state manageability is revealed on the example of the feedback platform "Public Services. We decide together."
Keywords: Civic engagement, Joint management, Political institutions, State policy, Feedback, Political technologies, Digital platforms, Technology development, Public administration, Technopolitika
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