Theorizing Democracy in the Geoweb : citizen power to improve public service delivery : powerpoint

J.J. Verplanke

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationthe Association of American Geographers AAG annual meeting, New York, New York, paper session: Applications of the GeoWeb: utilizing user-generated content for geographic research
Place of PublicationNew York, New York
Pagess1-s26
Publication statusPublished - 24 Feb 2012

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Verplanke, J. J. (2012). Theorizing Democracy in the Geoweb : citizen power to improve public service delivery : powerpoint. In the Association of American Geographers AAG annual meeting, New York, New York, paper session: Applications of the GeoWeb: utilizing user-generated content for geographic research (pp. s1-s26). New York, New York.
Verplanke, J.J. / Theorizing Democracy in the Geoweb : citizen power to improve public service delivery : powerpoint. the Association of American Geographers AAG annual meeting, New York, New York, paper session: Applications of the GeoWeb: utilizing user-generated content for geographic research. New York, New York, 2012. pp. s1-s26
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Verplanke JJ. Theorizing Democracy in the Geoweb : citizen power to improve public service delivery : powerpoint. In the Association of American Geographers AAG annual meeting, New York, New York, paper session: Applications of the GeoWeb: utilizing user-generated content for geographic research. New York, New York. 2012. p. s1-s26