Public values, citizen science, and transportation planning: A brief inquiry

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Bozeman (2007) argues that a society’s public values reflect a “shared normative consensus” concerning its members’ rights and entitlements, their obligations to each other and broader society, and the principles on which policies and rules governing society ought to be based. An example of shared normative values is the American Society of Public Administration’s (ASPA) Code of Ethics that includes, among other principles, the commitment to “promote democratic participation” (ASPA, 2013). Bozeman also notes that conceptions of public values in vibrant.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationCreating Public Value in Practice
Subtitle of host publicationAdvancing the Common Good in a Multi-Sector, Shared-Power, No-One-Wholly-in-Charge World
PublisherTaylor and Francis
Pages89-106
Number of pages18
ISBN (Electronic)9781482214611
ISBN (Print)9781482214604
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StatePublished - Jan 1 2015

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Lindsey, G. H. (2015). Public values, citizen science, and transportation planning: A brief inquiry. In Creating Public Value in Practice: Advancing the Common Good in a Multi-Sector, Shared-Power, No-One-Wholly-in-Charge World (pp. 89-106). Taylor and Francis. https://doi.org/10.1201/b18116

Public values, citizen science, and transportation planning : A brief inquiry. / Lindsey, Greg H.

Creating Public Value in Practice: Advancing the Common Good in a Multi-Sector, Shared-Power, No-One-Wholly-in-Charge World. Taylor and Francis, 2015. p. 89-106.

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Lindsey, GH 2015, Public values, citizen science, and transportation planning: A brief inquiry. in Creating Public Value in Practice: Advancing the Common Good in a Multi-Sector, Shared-Power, No-One-Wholly-in-Charge World. Taylor and Francis, pp. 89-106. https://doi.org/10.1201/b18116
Lindsey GH. Public values, citizen science, and transportation planning: A brief inquiry. In Creating Public Value in Practice: Advancing the Common Good in a Multi-Sector, Shared-Power, No-One-Wholly-in-Charge World. Taylor and Francis. 2015. p. 89-106 https://doi.org/10.1201/b18116
Lindsey, Greg H. / Public values, citizen science, and transportation planning : A brief inquiry. Creating Public Value in Practice: Advancing the Common Good in a Multi-Sector, Shared-Power, No-One-Wholly-in-Charge World. Taylor and Francis, 2015. pp. 89-106
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