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An analysis of eParticipation in Scottish local authorities
(The Robert Gordon University, 2010-03)
Consulting the public in policy making is a statutory obligation for Scottish local authorities but ‘traditional’ forms of public participation such as public meetings are not considered to be effective for engaging a ...
Youth participation and the Scottish Parliament: accessibility and participation for children and young people.
(The Robert Gordon University, 2009-12)
The Scottish Parliament which (re)convened in 1999 was designed to engender a new style of political practice. This ‘new politics’ was intended to address perceived failures within the ‘Westminster approach’ to policy‐making ...
Power and wind power: exploring experiences of renewable energy planning processes in Scotland.
(The Robert Gordon University, 2008-12)
Energy use and production have become highly salient within both national and international policy. This reflects an international recognition of the need to cut emissions in order to mitigate the threats of climate ...