Citizen Participation in the Context of Rural Local Welfare Systems
Kattilakoski, M., & Rantamäki, N. (2015). Citizen Participation in the Context of Rural Local Welfare Systems. In Places of Possibility? : Rural Societies in a Neoliberal World. XXVI European Society of Rural Sociology Congress : On-line Proceedings (pp. 75-76). European Society for Rural Sociology. http://esrs2015.hutton.ac.uk/sites/www.esrs2015.eu/files/Final%20ESRS%202015%20congress%20proceedings.pdf
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In this paper we focus on citizen participation in the field of welfare services. More specifically, we concentrate on the role of citizens and civic organisations as part of the local welfare systems in Finnish rural areas.
PublisherEuropean Society for Rural Sociology
Parent publication ISBN978-0-902701-14-4
ConferenceEuropean society of rural sociology congress
Is part of publicationPlaces of Possibility? : Rural Societies in a Neoliberal World. XXVI European Society of Rural Sociology Congress : On-line Proceedings
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