My Published Work and Conference Presentations

Malina, A. & MacIntosh, A. ‘Bridging the Digital Divide : Developments in Scotland. In Tan, F. (2007). Global Information Technologies: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications. Information Science Reference. Hershey, New York.

Malina, A. & Ball, W.I. ‘ICTs and community and suggestions for further research: Lessons learned from Scotland.’ Journal of Community Informatics. June 2006.

Malina, A. ‘Closing the digital divide in Scotland’. Article in Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Volume I-III.  Idea Publishing Gp. Published 2005.

O’Donnell, S. McQuillan, H. and Malina, A.eInclusion and Internet Access in Ireland. Published in International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) 2004 Communication and Democracy: Perspectives for a New World. Porto Alegre, Brazil. July 25-30, 2004. NRC 47426.

Malina, A. e-Networking transformations and civic literacy in Scotland: Consideration of e-citizenship and ethical dimensions of strong democracy supported by ICTs. In MacKay J. (2004). (ed). Public Concerns: Edinburgh: St Andrews Press.

Malina, A. ‘Electronic democracy and electronic citizenship,’ In Christensen, K & Levinson, D. (2004). (ed). Encyclopedia of Community: Shared Places, Shared Meanings from the Village to the Virtual World. First Edition. 4 Volumes. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. pp 432-435.

Malina, A. & Macintosh, A. Bridging the Digital Divide. Development in Scotland. In Anttiroiko, A., Mälkiä , M. & Savolainen. R. (eds). (2004). eTransformation in Governance: New Directions in Government and Politics. USA: Idea Group Publishing (IGP). pp. 255-272.

Malina, A. ‘e-Transforming Democracy: Consideration of Developments and Suggestions for Empirical Research in the UK’ In Communications: The European Journal of Communications. Special Theme Issue, (2003).

Malina, A. (2002). ‘e-Community networking and perceptions of civic value.’ In Communications: The European Journal of Communications 27 (2002), 211-234.

Malina, A. & Macintosh, A. ‘e-Democracy:  Citizen engagement and evaluation.’ In Friedrichs, S. Hart, T., and Schmidt, O. (Hrsg). (2002). Balanced E-Government: Von der elektronischen Verwaltung zur digitalen Burgergesellschaft. Germany: Bertlesmann Foundation. pp.79-101

Macintosh, A. Malina, A. & Whyte, A. (2002). ‘Designing e-democracy in Scotland.’ In Communications: The European Journal of Communications 27 (2002), 261-278.

Malina. A. & Jankowski, N. ‘Community building in cyberspace.’  In Jankowski, N. Prehn, O. (2002). (eds). Community media in the information age: Perspectives, findings and policy, USA:  Hampton Publishers. pp.271-293.

Macintosh, A. Davenport, E. Malina, A. and Whyte A. ‘Technology to Support Participatory Democracy.’  In Grönlund, Å., (2002). (ed.)  Electronic Government: Design, Applications, And Management. Umeå University, Sweden: Idea Group Publishing. pp. 226-249.

Macintosh, A., Malina, A. & Farrell, S. (2002). E-petitioning – the Scottish Experience. In McIver, W. & Elmagarmid, A. Advances in Digital Government. Technology, Human factors and Policy. (2002) (ed). USA. Kluwer Publications. pp.137-149.

Malina, A.’ Electronic Community Networks: Community development practice, e-democracy and community learning.’ Journal of Community Work and Development. Vol 1. Issue 2. 2001. pp.67-83.

Beddie, L. Macintosh, A. and Malina, A. ‘E-democracy and the Scottish Parliament.’  In Schmid, B. Stanoevska-Slabeva, Tschammer, V. (2001). (eds). Towards the e-society: E-commerce, e-business, and e-government. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers. pp. 695-707.

Malina, A. ‘Third Way transitions: Building benevolent capitalism for the Information Society.’ In Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research. Vol 24 (1999). 2. pp.167-188.

Malina, A. ‘Perspectives on citizen democratisation and alienation in the virtual public sphere.’  In B. Hague & B. Loader (1999). (eds). Digital democracy: Discourse and decision making in the information  age. London: Routledge. pp. 23-38.

Malina, A. & Jankowski, N. ‘Community building in cyberspace.’  In Javnost/the public: Journal of theEuropean Institute for Communication and Culture Vol. V (1998). 2. pp. 35-48.

McDonald, A. & Malina, A. ‘Future Talk: Edinburgh’s community place in cyberspace.’  In The Journal of the Local Economy Policy Unit. Vol. 12 (1997). 1. pp.  69-71.

Malina, A. Book Review. John B. Thompson, The Media and Modernity: A Social Theory of the Media (1996). Polity Press. In Communications: The European Journal of Communication  Research Vol 21 3/96. pp. 371-376.

Malina, A.  ‘Developments in e-democracy.’ In Connected: National Grid for learning (NGfL). Number 7. Autumn 2002.

Malina, A. ‘e-Petitioner.’ In New Politics Bulletin. New Politics Network. April 2002.

Research Reports Completed

O’Donnell, S. McQuillan, H.  & Malina, A. (2003) ‘eInclusion: Expanding the Information Society in Ireland.’ Study commissioned and published by the Information Society Commission and the Department of Taoiseach, Republic of Ireland.

Malina, A. & Fraser, J. (2002). ‘Review of e-public services and the use of e-forms in the public sector.’ Report for Section 4 SmartGov Project. Funded by the European Community under the “Information Society Technologies” (IST) Programme (1998-2002).

Malina, A. Macintosh, A. & Davenport, E. (2001). E-petitioner: A monitoring and evaluation report. Research study for the International Teledemocracy Centre.  Funded by Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust.

Encyclopedia Articles

Malina, A. ‘Closing the digital divide in Scotland’. Article in Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Volume I-III.  Idea Publishing Gp. Published 2005.

Malina, A. ‘Electronic democracy and electronic citizenship,’ In Christensen, K & Levinson, D. (2004). (ed). Encyclopedia of Community: Shared Places, Shared Meanings from the Village to the Virtual World. First Edition. 4 Volumes. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. pp 432-435.

Training Units/Guides

Malina, A. ‘Introduction to e-democracy in Communities.’ Training Unit for NGfLScotland Communities Sector Roll-out to CommunityWork Professionals in Scotland. Commissioned by National Grid for Learning Scotland Community Sector.

Malina, A. ‘Guide to Civic Participation.’ On-line Guides for community sector professionals. Available on  NGfLScotland Communities Channel. Commissioned by National Grid for Learning Scotland Community Sector.

Edited Conference Proceedings

Malina, A. (1995). (ed). Channels for Change: Conference Proceedings. Edinburgh: Institute of Local Television.

International Conference Papers Presented

Malina, A. The Four Ps and the quest for Strong and Prosperous Communities. Paper presented at the Community Informatics Research Network (CIRN) Conference. Prato, Italy, 5-7 November 2007. Conference Papers http://www.ccnr.net/prato2007.

Malina, A. & Ball, W.I. ‘ICTs and community and suggestions for further research: Lessons learned from Scotland.’ Paper presented to the Community Informatics Research Network, Inc. CIRN 2004: Sustainability and Community Technology Conference and Colloquium on Community Informatics Research 28thSeptember – 1st October 2004. Monash University, Prato Tuscany.

Malina, A. ‘The dream of ICT and democratic renewal in local communities: International developments in e-participation, e-democracy and technology supported civic literacy.’ Paper presented to ‘Making ICT work for Communities’ Conference, 1st April, 2004, Dundee University. Scotland.

O’Donnell, S. (National Research Council Canada) McQuillan, H. (IDEA, UK), Malina, A. (e-Society Research). ‘Internet access and e-Inclusion in Ireland’ The Communications Technology Policy section (CTP) of the 2004 IAMCR Conference, Porto Alegre, Brazil, 25.-30. July 2004

Malina, A. ‘e-Governance and e-participation at community levels in Scotland.’ Paper presented to ‘E-Governance : Regions, Devolution, Participation, Formation.’.  Monash University, Australia, 13-14 November, 2003.

Malina, A. ‘e-Inclusion in the Republic of Ireland.’ Paper presented to ‘E-Governance : Regions, Devolution, Participation, Formation.’  Monash University, Australia, 13-14 November, 2003.

Malina, A. ‘e-Transforming Democracy: Consideration of Developments and suggestions for empirical Research’ Paper presented to e-networks for democratic engagement, The Netherlands, 8-12th October, 2002.

Malina, A. & MacIntosh, A. ‘e-Democracy: Citizen engagement and evaluation.’ Paper presented to Balanced E-Government – Connecting Efficient Administration and Responsive Democracy. Berlin, Germany. Organised by Bertlesman Foundation in cooperation with Booz/Allen/Hamilton. April 16th, 2002.

Beddie, L., Macintosh, A., & Malina, A. ‘E-democracy and the Scottish Parliament’. Paper presented to IFIP conference on e-Commerce, e-Business, and e-Government, Zurich, Switzerland, October, 2001

Malina, A. Community networking and perceptions of civic value. Paper presented to the Euricom Colloquium ‘E-Networks: Arenas for Democratic Engagement,’ Piran, Slovenia, September, 2001.

Macintosh, A. Malina, A. & Whyte, A. ‘Designing e-democracy in Scotland.’ Paper presented to the Euricom Colloquium ‘E-Networks: Arenas for Democratic Engagement,’ Piran, Slovenia, September, 2001.

Malina, A. & Macintosh, A. December, 2000. ‘Teledemocracy: Energising the [new] public sphere(s), civil society and citizen action.’ Paper presented to New media New Politics: An Interdisciplinary Conference, held in St. Ann’s College, Oxford.

Malina, A. ‘Economic efficiency and social Inclusion: Public and professional engagement with community-based information networks (CINs).’ Paper presented to the 21st Scientific Conference and General Assembly of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), held in Glasgow, Scotland, July, 1998.

Malina, A. & Jankowski, N. ‘Community building in cyberspace: Theoretical considerations and proposals for empirical research.’ Paper co-authored and co-presented with Professor Nick Jankowski to the 20th Scientific Conference and General Assembly of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), held in Sydney, Australia, August 1996.

Malina, A. ‘Virtual Democracy and the electronic public sphere.’ Paper presented to 9th Euricom Colloquium on Communication and Culture, held in Piran, Slovenia (sponsored by the Slovene National Commission for UNESCO), April 1996.

 

Freelance Communications Facilitator & Community Engagement Consultant

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