Participatory Processes

ParticipatoryPractices are any approaches in which people participate in Conversation, Dialogue, Deliberation, Reflection, Organization Development, Group Process, Community Renewal, Collective Intelligence, Democracy, etc. We will focus on - but not limit ourselves to - practices which engage people together (or with institutions) to benefit themselves collectively or on behalf of a larger group that they are part of.


This particular page will constitute an index of such practices. We will list the names of participatory practices here as Wiki links, so that each one will have its own page(s) that can be developed starting from this page.


For now, I suggest we list the participatory practices in alphabetical order. Later we may want to develop categories for them. As this develops, I and others may want to do some Participatory Practices Analysis such as Comparing Practices or exploring some Underlying Dynamics Of Process (which can be done off of the very links in this sentence, and others like them). With such understandings we may be better equipped to design Multi Approach Programs.


The initial list below includes all the items on the Citizens Science Toolbox from which descriptions of each practice can be cut and pasted into the pages created below. We're all encouraged to add further practices below, but for now (until we've transferred all the data from the Citizens Science Toolbox), let's put an asterisk after each practice that is NOT part of that toolbox. I have added all the practices I know about which I have ready access to at least some descriptive material (yikes! that looks like about 185 of them)...


-- Tom Atlee



Participatory Practices...

Active Listening *


Appreciative Inquiry *


Area Neighborhood Forum *


Arbitration *


Arts Based Civic Dialogue *


Asset Based Community Development *


Backcasting


Bohm Dialogue *


Brainstorming


Briefing


Candidate Evaluation Panel *


Chime And Stone *


Choice Creating *


Choice Work *


Citizen Advisory Committee *


Citizen Committee


Citizen Consensus Council *


Citizen Deliberative Council *


Citizen Election Forum *


Citizen Initiative Review *


Citizen Jury


Citizen Panel *


Citizen Reflective Council *


Citizen Survey Panel *


Civic Journalism


Collaborative Inquiry *


Collaborative Learning *


Collaborative Watershed Management *


Commons Cafe *


Community Asset Inventory *


Community Consultation Committee *


Community Fair


Community Indicator


Community Issues Group *


Community Planning *


Community Viz *


Compassionate Listening *


Conference


Conference Model *


Conflict Transformation *


Conflict Work


Consensus Building *


Consensus Building Exercise *


Consensus Conference


Consensus Organizing *


Consensus Participation *


Consensus Process *


Conversation Cafe *


Council Process (see Talking Circle) *


Deliberation *


Deliberative Dialogue *


Deliberative Focus Group *


Deliberative Inclusionary Process *


Deliberative Opinion Poll (aka Deliberative Polling)


Delphi Study


Design Charrette


Despair And Empowerment Work *


Dialogue *


Dialogue Mapping *


Display Or Exhibit


Dutch Study Group *


Dynamic Facilitation *


Electronic Democracy


Enlightened Communication *


Environmental Justice Collaborative Model *


Expert Panel


Facilitation *


Fast Cycle Full Participation *


Field Trip


Fish Bowl


Flower Diagram Workshop *


Focus Group


Future Search


Gemba Kaizen *


Gestures Of Conversational Presence *


Group Awareness Exercise *


Group Silence *


Group Ware *


Holistic Management *


Ho OPono Pono (ho'o p'ono p'ono) *


Human Needs Analysis (see Analytical Problem Solving) *


Information Contact


Information Hotline


Information Repository


Innovative Development *


Integrative Conversation


Interactive Strategic Planning *


Interactive Television


Interactive Video Display Kiosk


Intergroup Dialogue *


Intragroup Dialogue *


Issue Forum *


Key Stakeholder Interview


Kitchen Table Discussion


Knowledge Mapping *


Large Group Intervention *


Learning Circle *


Listening Circle (see Talking Circle) *


Listening Project *


Macleans Panel *


Media Release


Mediation


Multi Criteria Mapping *


Multi Objective Decision Support System (MODSS)


Multiple Viewpoint Drama *


National Issues Forum *


Negotiation *


Neighborhood Policy Jury *


Newspaper Insert


Nominal Group


Nonviolent Communication *


Open Forum *


Open House (aka Open Days or Drop-In Centers)


Open Question Circle *


Open Sentences Practice *


Open Space Technology


Organization Workshop *


Parent Jury *


Participant Observation


Participative Design Workshop *


Participatory Budgeting *


Participatory Idealized Design *


Participatory Research *


Participatory Rural Appraisal (aka Participatory Research And Action) (PRA) *


Penny For Your Thoughts *


Photo Voice


Planning Cell *


Planning For Real


Popcorn *


Popular Education *


Poster Competition


Preferred Futuring! [[Participatory Practices Analysis]]


 

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see http://p2pfoundation.net/Category:Facilitation where we are also listing similar practices

  --Michel Bauwens (Not signed in).....Sun Jan 31 00:53:33 -0800 2010


The Bohm Dialogue, especially Collective Reflection has significance for me in terms of artistic critique and dialogue.

If one wanted to connect this to Jungian thought I'd relate to that.

  --Srule Brachman (Not signed in).....Mon May 21 17:09:16 +0000 2012

 

 

 

 

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