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|Title:||The ICT culture and transformation of Electoral Governance and politics in Africa: the challenges and prospects!|
|Abstract:||The utility of ICT infrastructure in public administration and governance in Africa is at a low ebb and therefore yet to gain popularity. Public administration and governance in most states of the region are marked by inefficiency and poor performance index. In the actual sense, African government and politics remain challenged by poor quality administration, bad governance and lack of electoral integrity. The application of ICT infrastructure for the conduct of elections and governance administration is yet to become a culture. Utilizing content analysis, discussions and field survey methods, the study is set to accomplish three basic objectives. One, investigating the utilitarian values of ICT and electronic infrastructure in governance in Africa. Two, identifying the challenges confronting ICT-propelled electoral administration and governance in Africa. Three, generating some affirmative possibilities for transforming the basic limitations to e-governance and e-administration in Africa.|
|Appears in Collections:||CEI-CLN – Autoria de capítulos de livros nacionais|
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