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LabelVariableClassDescriptionValuesLabel
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Method IDidFactorUnique identification number assigned when method created.
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TypetypeFactorType of entry: case, method or organization.
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TitletitleFactorTitle of Participedia method entry
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LinkurlFactorLink to the projects' entry in Participedia
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DescriptiondescriptionFactorBrief description of the method (280 characters or less)
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FeaturedfeaturedFactorFeatured entries appear at the top of the homepage/search0No
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1Yes
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Date Postpost_dateFactorDate method was first submittedM/DD/YY
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Date Updatedupdated_dateFactorDate method was last modified by a registered Participedia userM/DD/YY
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Creator IDcreator_idFactorID number of registered user who first submitted the entry
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Creator Namecreator_nameFactorUsername of registered user who first submitted the entry
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Creator Profilecreator_profile_urlFactorURL of entry creator’s Participedia user profile page
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Update Idlast_updated_by_idFactorName of registered Participedia user who last modified the method entry
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Update Namelast_updated_by_nameFactorUsername of registered user who last modified the method entry
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Update Profilelast_updated_by_profile_urlFactorURL of entry modifier’s Participedia user profile page
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Languageoriginal_languageFactorLanguage the entry was first submitted inenEnglish
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itItalian
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FacilitatorsfacilitatorsFactorDoes this method require a facilitator at some point during the process?0No
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1Yes
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not_applicableNot applicable or not relevant
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Face to Face or Online Interactionfacetoface_online_or_bothFactorUse of online or face to face interaction for the project or eventfacetofaceFace-to-Face
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onlineOnline
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bothBoth
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Public Spectrumpublic_spectrumFactorGoal from the IAP2 Spectrum of Public Participation that the method best representsinform
Inform (provide the public with balanced and objective information to assist in understanding the problem, alternatives, opportunities, and/or solutions)
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consult
Consult (obtain feedback on analyses, alternatives, and/or decisions)
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involve
Involve (work directly with the public throughout the process to ensure that public concerns are understood & considered)
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collaborate
Collaborate (partner with the public in each aspect of the decision including the development of alternatives & the identification of the preferred solution)
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empower
Empower (place final decision-making in the hands of the public)
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notNot applicable or not relevant
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Open to All or Limited to Some?open_limitedFactorParticipation open to all or limited to a subset of the populationopenOpen to All
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open_to
Open to All with special effort to recruit some groups (e.g. community organizing to recruit low-income earners)
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limitedLimited to Only Some Groups or Individuals
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both
Mixed (i.e. some aspects are open to all and others are limited to some)
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Method of recruitmentrecruitment_methodFactorMethod used to recruit a limited subset of the population
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Level of Polarization This Method Can Handlelevel_polarizationFactorLevel of political polarization this method can handlehighHigh polarization
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polarizedPolarized
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moderateModerate polarization
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lowLow polarization
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notNot polarized
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Level of Complexity This Method Can Handlelevel_complexityFactorLevel of complexity this method can handlevery_highVery high complexity
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highHigh complexity
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moderateModerate complexity
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lowLow complexity
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very_lowVery low complexity
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Type of Method 1method_types_1FactorMost relevant method of the project or eventcollaborativeCollaborative approaches
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community
Community development, organizing and mobilization
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deliberativeDeliberative and dialogic process
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directDirect democracy
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evaluationEvaluation, oversight, and social auditing
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experientialExperiential and immersive education
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informalInformal conversation spaces
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informal_participationInformal participation
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internalInternal management or organization
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longtermLong-term civic bodies
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participantledParticipant-led meetings
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participatoryParticipatory arts
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planningPlanning
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protestProtests/Public Demonstrations
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publicPublic budgeting
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public_meetingsPublic meetings
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researchResearch or experimental method
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Type of Method 2method_types_2FactorMost relevant method of the project or eventcollaborativeCollaborative approaches
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community
Community development, organizing and mobilization
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deliberativeDeliberative and dialogic process
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directDirect democracy
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evaluationEvaluation, oversight, and social auditing
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experientialExperiential and immersive education
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informalInformal conversation spaces
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informal_participationInformal participation
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internalInternal management or organization
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longtermLong-term civic bodies
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participantledParticipant-led meetings
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participatoryParticipatory arts
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planningPlanning
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protestProtests/Public Demonstrations
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publicPublic budgeting
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public_meetingsPublic meetings
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researchResearch or experimental method
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Type of Method 3method_types_3FactorMost relevant method of the project or eventcollaborativeCollaborative approaches
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community
Community development, organizing and mobilization
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deliberativeDeliberative and dialogic process
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directDirect democracy
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evaluationEvaluation, oversight, and social auditing
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experientialExperiential and immersive education
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informalInformal conversation spaces
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informal_participationInformal participation
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internalInternal management or organization
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longtermLong-term civic bodies
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participantledParticipant-led meetings
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participatoryParticipatory arts
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planningPlanning
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protestProtests/Public Demonstrations
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publicPublic budgeting
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public_meetingsPublic meetings
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researchResearch or experimental method
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Optimal number of Participantsnumber_of_participants_1FactorSelect and rank up to three group sizes that this method can accommodate, with “1” indicating the optimal size.no_limit
There is no limit to the number of people who can participate
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largeLarge groups (more than 100 people)
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mediumMedium size groups (50-100 people)
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smallSmall groups (less than 20 people)