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This is the '''top level''' of [[Electowiki:About|Electowiki]]'s category system.
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This is the '''top level''' of [[Electowiki:About|Electowiki]]'s category system.  Brief description of the categories:
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* '''Advocacy''' is for descriptions about real-world reform: organizations, legislation, lobbying, and arguments for choosing one reform over another.
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* '''Elections''' is for articles that analyze real or hypothetical elections and examine their properties and outcomes.
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* '''Forms of government''' is the level "above" election methods: Representative vs direct democracy, government structure, etc.
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* '''Voting mechanics''' deals with real-world implementation details, such as paper ballots and electronic voting machines.
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* '''Voting methods''', the main focus of this wiki, describes specific methods for selecting between various choices, their implementation details and features.
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* '''Voting theory''' deals with the properties of voting methods and the criteria they can meet, scenarios in which they fail, etc.

Revision as of 06:05, 2 February 2019

This is the top level of Electowiki's category system. Brief description of the categories:

  • Advocacy is for descriptions about real-world reform: organizations, legislation, lobbying, and arguments for choosing one reform over another.
  • Elections is for articles that analyze real or hypothetical elections and examine their properties and outcomes.
  • Forms of government is the level "above" election methods: Representative vs direct democracy, government structure, etc.
  • Voting mechanics deals with real-world implementation details, such as paper ballots and electronic voting machines.
  • Voting methods, the main focus of this wiki, describes specific methods for selecting between various choices, their implementation details and features.
  • Voting theory deals with the properties of voting methods and the criteria they can meet, scenarios in which they fail, etc.