By Susanne Stoll-Kleemann, Martin Welp
The publication outlines an integrative theoretical framework and examines examples of stakeholder dialogues and public participation in 3 parts: technology, coverage and administration. the present perform has been to examine those individually. in spite of the fact that, the 3 parts should still preferably be heavily interrelated. as a result, we target to combine them inside of this booklet through the use of case stories as examples and by way of constructing a concept of reflexive dialogues, that are utilized in all 3 domain names.
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