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Greek democracy         
FORM OF GOVERNANCE IN ANCIENT GREEK CITY-STATES
Ancient Greek democracy
During the Classical era and Hellenistic era of Classical Antiquity, many Hellenic city-states had adopted democratic forms of government, in which free (non-slave), native (non-foreigner) adult male citizens of the city took a major and direct part in the management of the affairs of state, such as declaring war, voting supplies, dispatching diplomatic missions and ratifying treaties. These activities were often handled by a form of direct democracy, based on a popular assembly.
Participatory democracy         
  • [[Carole Pateman]], an advocate of participatory democracy
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  • [[James S. Fishkin]]
FORM OF GOVERNMENT THAT INVOLVES BROAD PARTICIPATION OF CITIZENS IN POLITICAL DECISION-MAKING
Participative democracy; Unanimous direct democracy; Participatory Democracy; Creative democracy; Participatory democracies
Participatory democracy or participant democracy is a form of government in which citizens participate individually and directly in political decisions and policies that affect their lives, rather than through elected representatives. Dictionary.
E-democracy         
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TYPE OF DEMOCRACY
Techno-democracy; EDemocracy; Edemocracy; Internet democracy; Electronic democracy; Technodemocracy; Techno democracy; E democracy; Electronic town hall; Electronic town halls; Electronic town hall meeting; Electronic town hall meetings; Digital democracy; Electronic direct democracy; Cyberdemocracy; Teledemocracy; Virtual democracy; Interactive democracy; E-Democracy; E-transparency; Electronic transparency; Electronic Direct Democracy; TechnoDemocracy; Online democracy; Wikidemocracy; Interactive Democracy
E-democracy (a combination of the words electronic and democracy), also known as digital democracy or Internet democracy, is the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in political and governance processes. The term is believed to have been coined by digital activist Steven Clift.