Decision Process Participant Role

Individuals can participate in a decision process in various ways. For example, in a public process, members of the public may be invited to suggest alternatives that should be considered. At a deeper level of involvement, participants may 1) be involved in approving or revising the goal of the overall decision process, 2) recommend the attributes of alternatives that need to be considered, 3) recommend the criteria that need to be considered, and 4) especially in collaborative processes, participate in recommending the final decision.

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References

IntroductionPlanning/Decision ContextPlanning And Spatial Decision ProcessSpatial Planning And Decision Problem TypesMethods And Techniques
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