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The Playful Citizen

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ISBN: 9789462984523 Year: DOI: 10.5117/9789462984523 Language: Undetermined
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Subject: Media and communication
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This edited volume collects current research by academics and practitioners on playful citizen participation through digital media technologies.

Co-Production and Co-Creation

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Book Series: Routledge Critical Studies in Public Management ISBN: 9781138700116 9781351792578 9781351792554 9781315204956 Year: Pages: 322 Language: English
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Subject: Political Science
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Co-production and co-creation occur when citizens participate actively in
delivering and designing the services they receive. It has come increasingly
onto the agenda of policymakers, as interest in citizen participation has
more generally soared. Expectations are high and it is regarded as a possible
solution to the public sector’s decreased legitimacy and dwindling resources,
by accessing more of society’s capacities. In addition, it is seen as part of a
more general drive to reinvigorate voluntary participation and strengthen
social cohesion in an increasingly fragmented and individualized society.
Co-Production and Co-Creation: Engaging Citizens in Public Services
offers a systematic and comprehensive theoretical and empirical examination
of the concepts of co-production and co-creation and their application
in practice. It shows the latest state of knowledge on the topic and will
be of interest to students at an advanced level, academics and reflective
practitioners. It addresses the topics with regard to co-production and
co-creation and will be of interest to researchers, academics, policymakers,
and students in the fields of public administration, business administration,
economics, political science, public management, political science, service
management, sociology and voluntary sector studies.

Recovery, Renewal, Reclaiming: Anthropological Research toward Healing

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Book Series: Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings ISBN: 0986080306 9780986080302 Year: Volume: 43 Pages: vi, 197 DOI: 10.7290/V74Q7RW4 Language: English
Publisher: Newfound Press
Subject: Ethnology --- Public Health
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Towards Sustainable Global Food Systems. Conceptual and Policy Analysis of Agriculture, Food and Environment Linkages

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ISBN: 9783038978145 9783038978152 Year: Pages: 356 DOI: 10.3390/books978-3-03897-815-2 Language: eng
Publisher: MDPI - Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
Subject: Technology (General) --- Environmental Technology
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One of the major knowledge challenges in the domain of Resilient and Sustainable Food Systems refers to the integration of perspectives on consumption, patterns that support public health, inclusive value chains, and environmentally sustainable food production. While there is a long record of the analysis of separate interventions, this special issue generates integrated insights, provides cross-cutting perspectives, and outlines practical and policy solutions that address these global challenges.The collection of papers promotes the view that sustainable food systems require thorough insights into the structure and dynamics of agri-food production systems, the drivers for integrating food value chains and markets, and key incentives for supporting healthier consumer choices. On the production side, potential linkages between agricultural commercialization and intensification and their effects for food security and nutritional outcomes are analyzed. Value Chains are assessed for their contribution to improving exchange networks and markets for food products that simultaneously support efficiency, circularity, and responsiveness. Individual motives and market structures for food consumption need to be understood in order to be able to outline suitable incentives to enhance healthy dietary choice.The contributed papers focus on interfaces between food system activities and processes of adaptive change that are critical for overcoming key constraints and trade-offs between sustainable food and healthy diets.

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agricultural impacts --- climate change impacts --- integrated assessment model --- CGE model --- Ostrea edulis --- native oyster restoration --- North Sea --- site selection --- pilot study --- offshore wind farms --- sustainability --- food systems --- nutrition --- public-private cooperation --- corporate values --- sanitary control --- food safety --- prosperity --- sustainable development --- alternative agri-food networks --- transition theories --- grassroots innovations --- socio-technical systems --- agroecology --- ecovillages --- social movements --- certification --- organic agriculture --- Participatory Guarantee Systems --- Spain --- alternative certification systems --- food systems --- metrics --- interdisciplinarity --- sustainable food and nutrition security --- food system assessment --- participatory approach --- SUSFANS --- agribusiness cluster --- commercialization --- sustainable intensification --- dairy value chain --- farming system --- service arrangements --- Ethiopia --- Kenya --- sustainable diets --- diet adoption --- sustainable food system --- intention-behavior gap --- citizen participation --- innovation workshop --- Agricultural commercialization --- food and nutrition security --- salutogenesis --- life course perspective --- food systems --- multi-level --- positive deviance --- Myanmar --- social innovation --- agricultural commercialization --- nutrition sensitive transformation --- Myanmar --- vegetable consumption --- food choice motives --- knowledge --- self-efficacy --- socio-economic classes --- food environment --- Nigeria --- sustainable development goals --- sustainability assessment --- agricultural sustainability --- food security --- LCA broadening --- LCA deepening --- food systems --- interdisciplinary research --- feedbacks &amp --- interlinkages --- food policy --- 3I Approach --- value chain development --- participatory approach --- context-specific interventions --- behavioural change --- postharvest losses --- tomato --- Nigeria --- supply chain --- raffia basket --- plastic crate --- systems approach --- conceptual framework --- food loss practices --- food loss causes --- food loss solutions --- supply-chain stages --- literature --- socio-economic indicators --- tomato --- Nigeria --- adoption --- conservation agriculture --- social capital --- count outcome models --- pca --- marginal treatment effects --- Nigeria --- food security --- CGE model --- nutrition --- diet diversity --- land substitution --- agricultural intensification --- baseline projections --- commercialization --- Vietnam --- food system --- fertilizer use --- caloric intake --- dietary diversity Vietnam Living Standards Survey (VLSS)

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