PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988–2001 _____ _____ Source: RRA Notes (1994), Issue 21, pp.78 –82, IIED London ...
The study utilized a grounded theory approach that sought to develop a theory of effective community participation from the perspectives of benefi - ciaries and functionaries working together at the grassroots level.
Community participation and e m p o w e rment: putting theory into practice Community participation and empowerment: putting theory into practice (summary)
Community Participation and Empowerment in Health: Turning Theory into Practice Susan B. Rifkin LSE/LSHTM
An analysis of the implementation of the projects related to the thoughts of the stakeholders about the participation of the community will be made. The results will be compared with and contrasted to the general theory of participation.'
Whose Theory of Participation? School, Governance Policy and Practice in South Africa Current Issues in Comparative Education, Vol. 6 (2) 107 community are affected in the same way or benefit equally from every SGB decision but SGB members are under pressure to reach a decision the same way on all issues ...
It provides stable ground under the feet for policy discussions on when to adopt community participation strategies. But at the same time, this choice of theory has implications with regards to the rationales for applying Table 6: Overview of the observed relative level of information and transaction ...
One reason for this is that the terms 'community' and 'participation' are commonly used without reference to concepts or theory about communities.
15 participation as, "[t]he theory that the local community should be given an active role in programs and improvements directly affecting it" (63) .
To answer these question we need a coherent theory of political participation. In the absence of such a theory, the meaning of the evidence is ambiguous.