by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Coos Bay District Office in Coos Bay, Or .
Written in English
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Public Participation for 21st Century Democracy takes a detailed look at the fascinating past, frustrating present, and promising future of public participation. Covering both theory and practice, the book describes how engagement happens―and how it could happen more effectively―in the context of education, health, land use, and state and federal by: A straightforward and practical guide for public managers in which he outlines a strategic approach to public involvement in government decision making. Public Participation in Public Decisions prepares public managers for the difficult task of involving citizens more fully in the affairs of government while maintaining effectiveness and by: Thomas E. Patterson, professor of Government and Press at Harvard University, in his essay "The Vanishing Voter" approaches a puzzling problem of the ever-decreasing public involvement in the Presidential (and other) elections over last by: Written for government officials, public and community leaders, and professional facilitators, The Public Participation Handbook is a toolkit for .
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