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2012 | 43 | 4 | 310-323
Article title

Cognitive aspects of participation: Evidence from two studies

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Abstracts
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The trouble of proving the effects of participation lies in the mismatch between three aspects of ownership: physical (possession), legal (ownership proper) and psychological (participation). In our interdisciplinary systemic model of ownership, we propose 10 relationships related to ownership/participation from: „A is a part of B” - greatest involvement to „A does not know about B” - the least involvement. „A” and „B” may take different values of: a person, an institution, a community, a group, an object (material, energetic, informational, purchasing). Once formalized we can view the studies in participation from one, system theory point of view, and formulate hypotheses related to many aspects of ownership. A multilevel analysis with multiple measures of both participation and effectiveness from two data sets has supported the proposed model.
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43
Issue
4
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310-323
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  • University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Faculty in Katowice, Kossutha 9, 40-844 Katowice, Poland
  • Faculty of Electrotechnics, Automation, Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering, AGH University of Science and Technology
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Publication order reference
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