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Title: Evaluando la participación institucional: la 'temperatura' de la deliberación y sus consecuencias
Other Titles: Assessing institutional participation: the 'temperature' of deliberation and its consequences
Author: Parés, Marc
March Corbella, Hug  
Others: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3)
Keywords: citizen participation
participatory management
deliberation temperature
Issue Date: 5-Aug-2014
Publisher: Política y Sociedad
Citation: Parés, M. & March, H. (2014). Evaluando la participación institucional: la 'temperatura' de la deliberación y sus consecuencias. Política y Sociedad, 51(2), 565-594. doi:10.5209/rev_POSO.2014.v51.n2.42107
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Abstract: Changes recently occurred in contemporary societies are transforming the forms of citizens' participation in the public sphere, challenging institutional participation initiatives promoted by various governments over the past decade. It is quite necessary to evaluate these initiatives to ensure its functionality in this new scenario. In this context, this article proposes different criteria and participation assessment instruments in order to apply them into a concrete experience: the participatory process on forest management carried out in Muntanya de Sant Miquel in Setcases (Cataluña). At the same time, the article reflects on what are the best ways and conditions to promote effective participation, focusing its attention on the debate on the 'temperature' of deliberation. We conclude that it is extremely difficult to combine hot and cold deliberation. However, this may be the best solution when the participatory topic addresses high conflict of interests between stakeholders and, at the same time, requires to be addressed from the logic of collective interest because it affects the whole community.
Language: Spanish
ISSN: 1988-3129MIAR

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