Luke Hespanhol, Martin Tomitsch, Ian McArthur, Joel Fredericks, Ronald Schroeter, Marcus Foth
Governments around the world engage with communities to find ways to better support the interests and concerns of communities and stakeholders, aiming to provide opportunities for more citizens to be involved in decisions that affect them. However, traditional methods of community consultation such as face-to-face meetings and online surveys often fail to reach a representative proportion of the public, as they are not easily accessible, require people to dedicate time and effort, and risk being disconnected from the sociocultural context [1,2]. A number of applications have thus been proposed that allow people—as they are passing through public space—to participate…
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