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Title To what extent is social media used in city government policy making? Case studies in three asean cities
Posted by Hazel Jovita
Authors Achmad Nurmandi, David Almarez, Sataporn Roengtam, Salahudin Salahudin, Hazel D Jovita, Dian Suluh Kusuma Dewi, David Efendi วันที่เผยแพร่ 2018
Publication date 2018
Journal Public Policy and Administration
Volume 4
Issue 17
Pages 600-618
Publisher Mykolas Romeris University
Abstract Social media has a significant impact on political and social life, particularly in policy making. In order to examine social media use in policy making, the researchers obtained and analyzed data on Twitter or Facebook using a NodeXL program from January to June 2016 in three ASEAN cities, Bandung (Indonesia), Iligan (Philippines) and Pukhet (Thailand). Research found that Bandung City has made significant achievement at the engagement level by engaging with the city community in daily city affairs. Meanwhile, Iligan City and Pukhet City are still in the stage of transforming their respective internal organizations. The pivotal factors of social media use in three cities is top and middle leader role, legal standing for social media use, policy framework and internal change management.
Index terms / Keywords Social local government; social media use; networking; transformation, engagement;
URL https://www.ceeol.com/search/article-detail?id=733037