1 ISJLP [i] (2004-2005)

handle is hein.journals/isjlpsoc1 and id is 1 raw text is: I/S: A JOURNAL OF LAW AND POLICY FOR
THE INFORMATION SOCIETY
VOLUME 1 NUMBER 1 WINTER 2004/2005
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
The Future of Citizen Participation in the Electronic State
Beth  Sim one  N oveck  ............................................................................................. 1
The Internet and Citizen Participation in Rulemaking
Cary  Coglianese .............................................................................................  33
Between Commenting and Negotiation: The Contours of Public
Participation in Agency Rulemaking
Steven  J. Balla  ...............................................................................................  59
A Relatedness Analysis Tool for Comparing Drafted
Regulations and Associated Public Comments
Gloria T. Lau, Kincho H. Law, and Gio Wiederhold. ................................. 95
The Internet Still Might (But Probably Won't)
Change Everything
Stuart  W . Shulm an ............................................................................................ 111
REVIEW ESSAY
Turning GOLD into EPG: Lessons from Low-Tech Democratic
Experimentalism for Electronic Rulemaking and Other Ventures
in Cyberdemocracy
P eter  M . Shane  .................................................................................................. 147
COMMENT
Both Medium and Message: H1V/AIDS, Information and
Communication in Africa
Lisa  Form an  ...................................................................................................... 171

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