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2016 | 2 |
Article title

PARTICIPATORY BUDGETING IN POLAND – ASSUMPTIONS VS REALITY

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PL
Sherry Arnstein (1969), the author of the participation ladder, emphasizes that "social participation” resembles spinach eating – basically no one is against because in the end it is healthy. The article presents different views of participation (civic, social and individual participation). Additionally the key assumptions for one of the techniques of engaging residents in social life, which is the participatory budget, are presented herein. The author, apart from the criteria and values of the civic budget and on the basis of observation and content analysis, pointed out the problems which Polish cities face during the implementation of the participatory budgeting process. The article may provide a starting point for further reflections on not only the general state of participation in Poland, but also on the analysis of Polish participatory budgets.
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2
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published
2016
online
2018-10-13
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_12775_CJPS_2016_007
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