Akman, I., & Yazic, A. (2005). E-Government: A global view and an empirical evaluation of some attributes of citizens. Government Information Quarterly, 8, 239-257.
Ataran, M. (2004). Information technology reforms in the context of education. Tehran: Institute of Educational Technology. (in Persian).
Bagheriasl, R., & Rastegar, N. (2009). Examining the requirements and characteristics of legal infrastructure of mobile government services in Mashhad. International Conference on Mobile Government, 1-12. (in Persian).
Biasiotti, M., & Nannucci, R. (2009). Learning to become an e-citizen: The European and Italian policies. IFIP International Federation for Information Processing, 269-280.
Chan, C., & Lau, Y. (2008). E-government implementation: A macro analysis of Singapore's e-government initiatives. Government Information Quarterly, 25, 239-255.
Dabaghian, M., & Hashemi, S. (2009). Technical, economic and environmental assessment for waste water treatment (an AHP Aproach). Environmental Science and Technology, 11(3), 108-115. (in Persian).
Ezadi, A., & Mirzaei, M. (2010). Infrastructure and conditions for electronic citizenship education in secondary schools in Tehran. Journal of Human Sciences, University of Imam Hossein (AS), 80(18), 108-132. (in Persian).
Farjad, S., & Barzegar, N. (2011). The assessment of the educational quality in e-citizenship group of Tehran technical complex and devising optimization strategies. Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences, 29, 1924-1931.
Fathi, K., & Zehbiuon, Sh. (2010). E-citizen. Effective Schools, 9, 24-31.
Ghodsipur, S. (2004) Analytical Hierarchy Process AHP (Third Edition). Tehran: Amirkabir University Publication Center. (in Persian).
Gholipur, R., & Tofighi, Gh. (2009). Review of barriers in e-government focusing on problems related to monetary and financial transactions through the banking network in the country. The Research Administration, 36(2), 84-106. (in Persian).
Hirwade, M. (2010). Responding to information needs of the citizens through e-government portals and online services in India. The International Information & Library Review, 42, 154-163.
Hu, A. H., Hsu, C. W., Kuo, T. C., & Wu, W. C. (2009). Risk evaluation of green components to hazardous subsatance using FMEA and FAHP. Expert Systems with Applications, 36, 7142-7147.
Khabaziyan, Z., & Teimori, H. (2011). Planning e-citizen: A step toward e-society. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 59, 2590-2595.
Lin, F., & Fofanah, S. (2011). Assessing citizen adoption of e-government initiatives in Gambia: A validation of the technology acceptance model in information systems success. Government Information Quarterly, 28, 271-279.
Mellor, N. (2006). Developing research-based marketing communications to increase awareness and take-up of local authority e-channels. Aslib Proceedings: New Information Perspectives, 8, 436-446.
Mirrokni, S., & Rezaei, Z. (2010). Opportunities, challenges and strategies for using ICT in e-business. Fourth International Conference on E-Commerce in Next Generation Networks, Tehran. (in Persian).
Moeinzadeh, S. (2011). E-government as a set of relationships between governments, businesses and citizens. First International Conference on
E-Banking & Payment System, Tehran, 26-30. (in Persian).
Moghadasi, A. (2005). A four-dimensional model for the implementation of electronic government in Iran. Third International Conference on Management, Tehran, 1-16. (in Persian).
Momeni, M. (2010). New topics in operations research (Fifth Edition). Tehran: Publications Forouzesh. (in Persian).
Norris, D. M., Mason, J., & Robson, R. (2007). A revolution in knowledge sharing electronic version. EDUCAUSE Review, 38(5), 14-26.
Paryab, S., Akbari, J., & Amini, M. (2007). Vital infrastructure for the establishment and development of electronic commerce in Iran, with an emphasis on culture. The Fourth International Conference on Electronic Commerce in Tehran, 1-13. (in Persian).
Pelgrum, W. (2001). Obstacles to the integration of ICT in education results from a worldwide educational assessment. Computers & Education, 37, 163-178.
Posch, R. (2002). What is needed to allow e-Citizenship? Electronic Government: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 45-51.
Rohani, P., & Mazhab, E. (2008). Interrelation between e-city and e-municipality. The Second International Conference on Electronic Municipality, Tehran, 1-24. (in Persian).
Sarafrazi, M., & Memarzadeh, Gh. (2009). E-citizenship a new approach of Electronic City. Information Technology, 44, 64-73. (in Persian).
Shafiee, M., & Ketabi, S. (2012). Optimal choice integrated marketing communication tools: Fuzzy AHP approach. Journal of Operations Research and its Applications, 34(3), 13-26. (in Persian).
Shahtalebi, B., Gholizadeh, A., & Sharifi, S. (2010). Components of civic culture for students of schools, with emphasis on aspects of religious teachings and electronic citizen. Educatioal Sciences, 10(3), 157-178. (in Persian).
Shareef, M. A., & Kumar, V. (2011). E-Government Adoption Model (GAM): Differing service maturity levels. Government Information Quarterly, 28, 17-35.
Zanjirchi, S. (2011). The analytic hierarchy process (First Edition). Tehran: Sanei Publications. (in Persian).