Seudullista kansalaisosallistumista jäljittämässä tiedon yhteistuottamisen keinoin

Olli Ruokolainen, Jouni Häkli, Kirsi Pauliina Kallio, Satu Pia Marianne Bäcklund

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This article analyses an ongoing process of knowledge co-production concerning the role of citizens and participation in strategic city-regional planning, and discusses the theoretical and practical knowledge that results from the process. In knowledge co-production involving urban planning experts and researchers, three things stand out as key to successful outcomes: an ongoing dialogue between scientific and practical understanding, knowledge production as an accumulative process, and constructive criticism as a dynamism that pushes the frontiers of practical understanding. Based on our initial empirical findings about citizenship and participation on the city-regional level, we suggest that the role of broad value- and issue-based deliberation concerning the long-term aims of urban environment could be a fruitful starting point for discussions between citizens, experts and politicians within emerging city-regions.
Sidor (från-till)25-38
Antal sidor14
StatusPublicerad - 7 okt 2018
MoE-publikationstypA1 Tidskriftsartikel-refererad


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