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Julien Talpin Schools of democracy. How (sometimes) ordinary citizens become competent in participatory budgeting institutions ECPR Press, Colchester, 2011.

AuthorsFont Fábregas, Joan
Issue DateDec-2012
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CitationRevista Internacional de Sociología: 70, 2, 211-229, (2012)
AbstractClearly, we cannot expect that all participatory process have individual cultural consequences on its participants. However, some of the previous literature has created too high expectations regarding this issue and Julien Talpin’s book contributes to demolish part of these expectations. This first important result of the book happens even if the author chooses one particular type of process (participatory budgeting) where these effects could be expected and are not fully unrealistic: Some participants devote time, intellectual and affective energies in these processes where real decisions that affect citizen’s lives are made.
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