John G. McNutt

John G. McNuttJohn G. McNutt is Professor in the School of Public Policy and Administration at the University of Delaware. Dr. McNutt is a specialist in the application of high technology to political and social engagement. His work focuses on the role of technology in lobbying, e-government and e-democracy, political campaigning and deliberation, organizing and other forms of political participation. He has conducted research on professional associations, child advocacy groups, consumer and environmental protection groups, social action organizations and legislative bodies. His most recent work looks at Web 2.0 political change technology and e-government and fiscal transparency. Dr. McNutt has co-edited or co-authored four books and many journal articles, book chapters and other publications. He regularly presents at National and International conferences and sits on several editorial boards.

Publications

Civic Technology and Data for Good: Evolutionary Developments or Disruptive Change in E-Participation?
John G. McNutt, Lauri Goldkind. © 2022. 16 pages.
Governments have long dealt with the issue of engaging their constituents in the process of governance, and e-participation efforts have been a part of this effort. Almost all of...
Intersectoral Collaboration and Social Justice Concerns in Artificial Intelligence Implementation at the Community Level
John G. McNutt, Lauri Goldkind. © 2022. 17 pages.
Artificial intelligence technology offers a wealth of opportunities for government to serve its constituencies and address its mission. Technology providers paint a picture of...
Civic Technology and Data for Good: Evolutionary Developments or Disruptive Change in E-Participation?
John G. McNutt, Lauri Goldkind. © 2020. 19 pages.
Governments have long dealt with the issue of engaging their constituents in the process of governance, and e-participation efforts have been a part of this effort. Almost all of...
E-Activism Development and Growth
John G. McNutt, Lauri Goldkind. © 2019. 11 pages.
The use of sophisticated technology to promote social change has developed over the past three decades from tentative beginnings to an expected part of the arsenal of movement...
E-Activism Development and Growth
John G. McNutt, Lauri Goldkind. © 2018. 10 pages.
The use of sophisticated technology to promote social change has developed over the past three decades from tentative beginnings to an expected part of the arsenal of movement...
Social Media and Social Change: Nonprofits and Using Social Media Strategies to Meet Advocacy Goals
Lauri Goldkind, John G. McNutt. © 2018. 18 pages.
Technological advances in communications tools, the Internet, and the advent of social media have changed the ways in which nonprofit organizations engage with their various...
Social Media and Social Change: Nonprofits and Using Social Media Strategies to Meet Advocacy Goals
Lauri Goldkind, John G. McNutt. © 2016. 17 pages.
Technological advances in communications tools, the Internet, and the advent of social media have changed the ways in which nonprofit organizations engage with their various...
Assessing E-Government Success Strategies using Internet Search Data
Katherine M. Boland, John G. McNutt. © 2015. 19 pages.
Evaluating e-government programs can be a challenging task. While determining program features and capacity are relatively straightforward processes, exploring the more dynamic...
Social Media and Social Change: Nonprofits and Using Social Media Strategies to Meet Advocacy Goals
Lauri Goldkind, John G. McNutt. © 2014. 17 pages.
Technological advances in communications tools, the Internet, and the advent of social media have changed the ways in which nonprofit organizations engage with their various...
Assessing E-Government Success Strategies using Internet Search Data
Katherine M. Boland, John G. McNutt. © 2013. 19 pages.
Evaluating e-government programs can be a challenging task. While determining program features and capacity are relatively straightforward processes, exploring the more dynamic...
A Longitudinal Study of Political Technology Use by Nonprofit Child Advocacy Organizations
John G. McNutt, Janice Barlow. © 2012. 17 pages.
This chapter addresses advocacy technology use by a group of nonprofit advocacy organizations over three periods of time. The research questions for this study are: (1) what...
The Digital Divide and the Emerging Virtual Therapeutic System
Christine H. Barthold, John G. McNutt. © 2010. 16 pages.
As the Internet becomes increasingly more and more ingrained in our society, the gap between those who have adequate Web access and those who do not will continue to widen. In...
The Digital Divide and the Emerging Virtual Therapeutic System
Christine H. Barthold, John G. McNutt. © 2010. 16 pages.
As the Internet becomes increasingly more and more ingrained in our society, the gap between those who have adequate Web access and those who do not will continue to widen. In...