Rethinking Public Empowerment
School of Public, Nonprofit & Health Administration
College of Community and Public Service
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Traditional notions of empowerment have treated the citizen-administrator relationship as a zero-sum game, where influence gained by one party is assumed to come at the expense of the other. Such assumptions often result in relationships framed in negative terms, setting citizens and administrators at odds with
National Citizen Review Panel Conference
Jackson Hole, WY
Buckwalter, Neal, "Rethinking Public Empowerment" (2013). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 1252.
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