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by P. De Valk,K. H. Wekwete

Author: P. De Valk,K. H. Wekwete
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Gower Pub Co; First Edition edition (May 1, 1990)
Pages: 304 pages
Category: Politics
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De Valk, P. and Wekwete, K. H. (1990). Challenges for local government in Zimbabwe in decentralising for participatory planning? comparing the experiences of Zimbabwe and other Anglophone countries in East and Southern Africa

De Valk, P. Challenges for local government in Zimbabwe in decentralising for participatory planning? comparing the experiences of Zimbabwe and other Anglophone countries in East and Southern Africa. Aldershot: GowerStewart, . Klugman, J. and Helmsing, A. (1994). Decentralization in Zimbabwe. UNDP Human Development Report Office Paper No. 1. oogle Scholar. Fung, . & Wright, E. O. (2001). Deepening democracy: innovations in empowered participatory governance. Politics and society, 29(1), 5–42. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

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Responding to the gap between the desires of local communities, and government programs such as urban renewal, Sherry Arnstein wrote A Ladder of Citizen Participation to "encourage a more enlightened dialogue". She developed the ladder as a typology, with eight rungs ranging from various degrees of nonparticipation, to degrees of tokenism, and ultimately, citizen power.

Author : P. De Valk,(Contributor),K. Wekwete,Kadmiel H Wekwete. Publisher : Ashgate Publishing Limited.