[automatically translated] Participation today acquires a fundamental role, following the transformations of territorial policy management models and the deployment of the Internet as mass media. The computerization of geographic data and access to them by non-expert users determines innovative participatory scenarios but also raises a number of application and methodological and scientific issues. In this context emerges the need for a multiple and plural knowledge adequately represented through qualitative and quantitative methods, that is inclusive towards minorities and all social groups, to ensure analytical basis as complete and organic as possible in support of the processes spatial planning.
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|