Title

Patterns of Collaboration in Public Land Issues

Document Type

Article

Journal/Book Title

Journal of Land, Resources, & Environmental Law

Publication Date

2001

Publisher

University of Utah Press

Volume

21

Issue

2B

First Page

549

Last Page

551

Abstract

Three different frameworks are useful in evaluating public participation in the creation of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument (Monument). First is the set of core values that the International Association for Public Participation (IAPP) has developed. Second are concepts from social psychology known as procedural justice. The third is a more general notion referred to as decision space. While each of these evaluative frames is distinct, they collectively provide an interesting perspective on what public participation could realistically be expected to accomplish in the planning of the Monument.

Comments

Originally published by University of Utah Press. Abstract available through remote link via HeinOnline. Article fulltext not available online.