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عنوان مقاله [English]
People think differently on a single phenomenon, thus there are different frameworks for their behavior. Using qualitative approach (phenomenography method), participants’ (e-government planners) different perceptions of information transparency were obtained and grouped into, in the terms of phenomenography method, seven category of descriptions that stand for seven different conceptions of information transparency. One of the major findings was planners’ strong adherence to the "big brother or omniscient" conception (i.e. type and amount of information available to the
e-government users was determined only by government officials in a one-way manner) that could implies individual-based activities on the part of e-government planners in related to information transparency and therefore, for the aim of implementing e-government.