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Public Participation and the Environment:  Do We Know What Works?

Public Participation and the Environment:  Do We Know What Works?,10.1021/es980500g,Environmental Science & Technology,Caron Chess,Kristen Purcell

Public Participation and the Environment:  Do We Know What Works?   (Citations: 109)
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Journal: Environmental Science & Technology - ENVIRON SCI TECHNOL , vol. 33, no. 16, pp. 2685-2692, 1999
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    • ...Indeed, Heberlein’s review is indicative of much of the work on public meetings and hearings in that it outlines and critiques the options available to officials charged with interacting with the public without providing new evidence (see also Kasperson 1986; Chess and Purcell 1999; Adams 2004; Rowe and Frewer 2005; French and Bayley 2011)...

    John C. Besleyet al. Citizen views about public meetings

    • ...There is a significant literature on the evaluation of public participation processes aimed at identifying criteria and establishing measurable indicators to evaluate various aspects (Beierle, 1999; Beierle & Cayford, 2002; Bradbury, 1998; Carnes, Schweitzer, Peelle, Wolfe, & Munro, 1998; Charnley & Engelbert, 2005; Chess & Purcell 1999; Edwards, Hindmarsh, Merer, Bond, & Rowland, 2008; Lach & Hixson, 1996; Rowe & Frewer, 2000, 2004; Rowe, Marsh, & Frewer, 2004; Stephens & Berner, 2011; Webler & Tuler, 2001)...

    Terri Mannariniet al. Evaluating public participation: instruments and implications for citi...

    • ...There is a widespread view that participants should be involved from early on in the process, as soon as value judgements become salient, and when there is the potential to influence scope and methods (Chess & Purcell, 1999; Johnson & Dagg, 2003; Kathlene & Martin, 1991; Ozerol & Newig, 2008; Rowe & Frewer, 2000)...

    Elisabeth Conradet al. Rhetoric and Reporting of Public Participation in Landscape Policy

    • ...Most scholars in the field explicitly or implicitly start from deliberative normative underpinnings and then proceed to scrutinize managerial issues, such as: how to design participative institutions (Dryzek 1987, Fung 2003), how to manage and organize participatory sessions (Young 2000, Innes and Booher 2000, Hajer 2005), which participatory policy method fits which policy setting best (Chess and Purcell 1999), how to evaluate participatory methods (Rowe and Frewer 2004), or how to fit participatory outcomes into formal politics (Warren 2002)...

    Sonja van der Arendet al. What participants do. A practice based approach to public participatio...

    • ... a diagnostic framework to operationalise social learning in natural resource management is an emerging discourse to add research rigour to such processes (Brown Gaddis et al. 2009; Leys et al., unpublished data; Lockwood 2010; Lopez-Ridaura et al. 2002; Steyaert and Jiggins 2007), inclusive of trust building early in the process (Armitage et al. 2009; Hahn et al. 2006; Voinov and Brown Gaddis 2008) and participant evaluation (Chess and Purcell ...

    Andrea J. LeysJeromeet al. Stakeholder engagement in social learning to resolve controversies ove...

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