Deliberation, Representation, Equity: Research Approaches, Tools and Algorithms for Participatory Processes - cover image

Copyright

Love Ekenberg, Karin Hansson, Mats Danielson, Göran Cars et al.

Published On

2017-01-23

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Paperback978-1-78374-303-2
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Language

  • English

Print Length

380 pages (iv + 376)

Dimensions

Paperback203 x 26 x 254 mm(8" x 1.04" x 10")
Hardback203 x 30 x 254 mm(8" x 1.19" x 10")

Weight

Paperback2244g (79.15oz)
Hardback2795g (98.59oz)

Media

Illustrations130
Tables13

OCLC Number

979542714

LCCN

2019452613

BIC

  • JPA
  • JFF
  • JPHV
  • UBJ

BISAC

  • COM079010

LCC

  • JF799

Keywords

  • Public interaction
  • e-democracy
  • participatory decision making
  • elicitation
  • participatory democracy
  • urban planning
  • social policy
  • communication design
  • participatory art
  • decision theory
  • risk analysis and computer sciences
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Deliberation, Representation, Equity

Research Approaches, Tools and Algorithms for Participatory Processes

What can we learn about the development of public interaction in e-democracy from a drama delivered by mobile headphones to an audience standing around a shopping center in a Stockholm suburb?
In democratic societies there is widespread acknowledgment of the need to incorporate citizens’ input in decision-making processes in more or less structured ways. But participatory decision making is balancing on the borders of inclusion, structure, precision and accuracy. To simply enable more participation will not yield enhanced democracy, and there is a clear need for more elaborated elicitation and decision analytical tools.
This rigorous and thought-provoking volume draws on a stimulating variety of international case studies, from flood risk management in the Red River Delta of Vietnam, to the consideration of alternatives to gold mining in Roșia Montană in Transylvania, to the application of multi-criteria decision analysis in evaluating the impact of e-learning opportunities at Uganda's Makerere University.
Editors Love Ekenberg (senior research scholar, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis [IIASA], Laxenburg, professor of Computer and Systems Sciences, Stockholm University), Karin Hansson (artist and research fellow, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences, Stockholm University), Mats Danielson (vice president and professor of Computer and Systems Sciences, Stockholm University, affiliate researcher, IIASA) and Göran Cars (professor of Societal Planning and Environment, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm) draw innovative collaborations between mathematics, social science, and the arts.
They develop new problem formulations and solutions, with the aim of carrying decisions from agenda setting and problem awareness through to feasible courses of action by setting objectives, alternative generation, consequence assessments, and trade-off clarifications.
As a result, this book is important new reading for decision makers in government, public administration and urban planning, as well as students and researchers in the fields of participatory democracy, urban planning, social policy, communication design, participatory art, decision theory, risk analysis and computer and systems sciences.

Contents

1. Interdisciplinarity and Mixed Methods

(pp. 21–30)
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Mats Danielson
  • Aron Larsson
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Karin Hansson
  • Göran Cars
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Joost Buurman
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Petter Karlström
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Adina Marincea
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Uno Svedin
  • Michael Thompson
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Harko Verhagen
  • Måns Wrange
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.01

2. The Concept of Democracy

(pp. 33–44)
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Karin Hansson
  • Mats Danielson
  • Göran Cars
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Joost Buurman
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Petter Karlström
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Aron Larsson
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adina Marincea
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Uno Svedin
  • Michael Thompson
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Harko Verhagen
  • Måns Wrange
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.02

3. Art as a Creative and Critical Public Space

(pp. 47–70)
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Karin Hansson
  • Mats Danielson
  • Göran Cars
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Joost Buurman
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Petter Karlström
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Adina Marincea
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Uno Svedin
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Måns Wrange
  • Aron Larsson
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Michael Thompson
  • Harko Verhagen
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.03

4. Plural Democracy

(pp. 73–86)
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Mats Danielson
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Adina Marincea
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Uno Svedin
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Måns Wrange
  • Karin Hansson
  • Göran Cars
  • Joost Buurman
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Petter Karlström
  • Aron Larsson
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Michael Thompson
  • Harko Verhagen
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.04

5. Criteria Weight Elicitation – A Comparative Study

(pp. 95–110)
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Karin Hansson
  • Göran Cars
  • Joost Buurman
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Petter Karlström
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Adina Marincea
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Michael Thompson
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Måns Wrange
  • Mats Danielson
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Aron Larsson
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Uno Svedin
  • Harko Verhagen
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.05

6. Cardinal and Rank Ordering of Criteria with Clouds

(pp. 113–130)
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Karin Hansson
  • Mats Danielson
  • Göran Cars
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Joost Buurman
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Petter Karlström
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Aron Larsson
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adina Marincea
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Uno Svedin
  • Michael Thompson
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Harko Verhagen
  • Måns Wrange
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.06

7. Attitude Ranking

(pp. 133–142)
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Karin Hansson
  • Mats Danielson
  • Göran Cars
  • Joost Buurman
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Adina Marincea
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Uno Svedin
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Måns Wrange
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Petter Karlström
  • Aron Larsson
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Michael Thompson
  • Harko Verhagen
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.07

8. Evaluating ICT and Development

(pp. 145–158)
  • Mats Danielson
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Karin Hansson
  • Göran Cars
  • Joost Buurman
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adina Marincea
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Uno Svedin
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Måns Wrange
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Petter Karlström
  • Aron Larsson
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Michael Thompson
  • Harko Verhagen
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.08

9. A Mobile Urban Drama as a Model for Interactive Elicitation

(pp. 161–176)
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Adina Marincea
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Michael Thompson
  • Harko Verhagen
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Mats Danielson
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Karin Hansson
  • Göran Cars
  • Joost Buurman
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Petter Karlström
  • Aron Larsson
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Uno Svedin
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Måns Wrange
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.09

10. Multi-Criteria Decision Making

(pp. 185–198)
  • Karin Hansson
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Adina Marincea
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Mats Danielson
  • Göran Cars
  • Joost Buurman
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Petter Karlström
  • Aron Larsson
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Uno Svedin
  • Michael Thompson
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Harko Verhagen
  • Måns Wrange
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.10

11. Comparing MCDA Methods

(pp. 201–216)
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Karin Hansson
  • Mats Danielson
  • Göran Cars
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Joost Buurman
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Petter Karlström
  • Aron Larsson
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Michael Thompson
  • Harko Verhagen
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Adina Marincea
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Uno Svedin
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Måns Wrange
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.11

12. Algorithms for Decision Analysis

(pp. 219–236)
  • Karin Hansson
  • Göran Cars
  • Joost Buurman
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Petter Karlström
  • Aron Larsson
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Michael Thompson
  • Harko Verhagen
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Mats Danielson
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Adina Marincea
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Uno Svedin
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Måns Wrange
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.12

13. A Model for Flood Risk Management: Bac Hung Hai

(pp. 245–254)
  • Karin Hansson
  • Göran Cars
  • Joost Buurman
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Petter Karlström
  • Aron Larsson
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Michael Thompson
  • Harko Verhagen
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Mats Danielson
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Adina Marincea
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Uno Svedin
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Måns Wrange
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.13

14. A Model for Flood Risk Management: Tisza

(pp. 257–264)
  • Karin Hansson
  • Göran Cars
  • Joost Buurman
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Petter Karlström
  • Aron Larsson
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Mats Danielson
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Adina Marincea
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Uno Svedin
  • Michael Thompson
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Harko Verhagen
  • Måns Wrange
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.14

15. Roşia Montană Gold Exploitation

(pp. 267–294)
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Karin Hansson
  • Mats Danielson
  • Göran Cars
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Uno Svedin
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Måns Wrange
  • Joost Buurman
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Petter Karlström
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Aron Larsson
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adina Marincea
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Michael Thompson
  • Harko Verhagen
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.15

16. Decision Making in Urban Planning

(pp. 297–310)
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Karin Hansson
  • Mats Danielson
  • Göran Cars
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Joost Buurman
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Petter Karlström
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Aron Larsson
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adina Marincea
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Uno Svedin
  • Michael Thompson
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Harko Verhagen
  • Måns Wrange
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.16

17. Actory: Visualising Reputational Power to Promote Deliberation

(pp. 313–332)
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Karin Hansson
  • Mats Danielson
  • Göran Cars
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Joost Buurman
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Petter Karlström
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Aron Larsson
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Michael Thompson
  • Harko Verhagen
  • Adina Marincea
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Uno Svedin
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Måns Wrange
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.17

18. Njaru: Developing Tools for Deliberation in Multiple Public Spheres

(pp. 335–344)
  • Karin Hansson
  • Göran Cars
  • Joost Buurman
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Petter Karlström
  • Aron Larsson
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Michael Thompson
  • Harko Verhagen
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Mats Danielson
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Adina Marincea
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Uno Svedin
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Måns Wrange
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.18

19. Evaluation of an Online Learning Environment

(pp. 347–354)
  • Karin Hansson
  • Göran Cars
  • Joost Buurman
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Petter Karlström
  • Aron Larsson
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Michael Thompson
  • Måns Wrange
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Mats Danielson
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Adina Marincea
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Uno Svedin
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Harko Verhagen
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.19

20. A Low Carbon Society by 2050: The Stockholm-Mälar Region Case

(pp. 357–366)
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Mats Danielson
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Petter Karlström
  • Aron Larsson
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Michael Thompson
  • Harko Verhagen
  • Karin Hansson
  • Göran Cars
  • Joost Buurman
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Adina Marincea
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Uno Svedin
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Måns Wrange
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.20

Epilogue

(pp. 369–372)
  • Karin Hansson
  • Göran Cars
  • Joost Buurman
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Petter Karlström
  • Aron Larsson
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Michael Thompson
  • Harko Verhagen
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Mats Danielson
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Adina Marincea
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Uno Svedin
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Måns Wrange
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.21

Introduction

(pp. 9–14)
  • Love Ekenberg
  • Mats Danielson
  • Karin Hansson
  • Göran Cars
  • Lars In de Betou
  • Joost Buurman
  • Manilla Ernst
  • Tobias Fasth
  • Rebecca Forsberg
  • Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
  • Karin E. Hansson
  • Petter Karlström
  • Florence N. Kivunike
  • Aron Larsson
  • Thomas Liljenberg
  • Hans Liljenström
  • Adina Marincea
  • Adriana Mihai
  • Mona Riabacke
  • Willmar Sauter
  • Michael Thompson
  • F.F. Tusubira
  • Harko Verhagen
  • Måns Wrange
  • Uno Svedin
https://doi.org/10.11647/obp.0108.22

Contributors

Karin Hansson

(author)
Computer and Systems Sciences at Stockholm University

Mats Danielson

(author)
vice president and full professor of Computer and Systems Sciences at Stockholm University

Göran Cars

(author)
Full Professor of Societal Planning and Environment at KTH Royal Institute of Technology