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Citizens Panels: A New Approach to Citizen Participation.

Author: 
Crosby, Ned, Janet M. Kelly, and Paul Schaefer.

In this 1986 article the Minneapolis-based Center for New Democratic Processes reports on a model they have developed over the last decade for creating citizen panels." The idea springs from the jury system and is a way of selecting and involving people who represent the broader public, not special interest groups. The case study used in this article is a citizen panel examination of the impacts of agriculture on water quality in Minnesota.

Journal: 
Public Administration Review
Publication date: 
1986
Sponsor: 
Sponsored by the Association of MN Counties, Center for Urban and Regional Affairs of the University of Minnesota, MN Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts, MN Department of Agriculture, MN Department of Natural Resources, MN Farmers Union,
Pages: 
(March/April): 170-178.
Online availability
CURA call number: 
P8600

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