How to collaborate

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () Decentralized collaborative knowledge management using Git [d] [u]
  2. () The crisis of democracy and the science of deliberation [p] [d]
  3. () Pragmatism and the wide view of democracy [i] [d]
  4. () Bridging silos: collaborating for environment, health, and justice in urban communities [i] [d]
  5. () Improving collaboration in the implementation of global biodiversity conventions [p] [d]
  6. () Decentralization: an incomplete ambition [d]
  7. () The theory and practice of social machines [i] [d]
  8. () Towards a holistic strategic framework for applying robust facilitated approaches in political decision making [d]
  9. André Bächtiger, John S. Dryzek, Jane J. Mansbridge, & Mark E. Warren [ed] () The Oxford handbook of deliberative democracy [i] [d]
  10. () How to collaborate with a perfectionist [u]
  11. () Interactive democracy [u]
  12. () The capability approach in practice: a new ethics for setting development agendas [i] [d]
  13. () Library collaboration is hard; effective collaboration is harder [u]
  14. () General standardization theory [i] [u]
  15. () This problem belongs to everyone [i] [j]
  16. () Rebuilding public institutions together: professionals and citizens in a participatory democracy [i] [j]
  17. () Complexity management and multi-scale governance: a case study in an Amazonian indigenous association [d]
  18. () Democracy when the people are thinking: revitalizing our politics through public deliberation [i] [d]
  19. () Effective biodiversity conservation requires dynamic, pluralistic, partnership-based approaches [d]
  20. () An epistemic theory of democracy [i] [d]
  21. () Reinforcements: how to get people to help you [i]
  22. () Governance networks [i] [d]
  23. () Structured democratic dialogue: an application of a mathematical problem structuring method to facilitate reforms with local authorities in Cyprus [d]
  24. () Design principles for creating the open scholarly commons from Elinor Ostrom [u]
  25. () Superminds: the surprising power of people and computers thinking together [i]
  26. () Seven steps to control of corruption: the road map [d]
  27. () Just giving: why philanthropy is failing democracy and how it can do better [i] [j]
  28. () Fighting systemic corruption: the indirect strategy [d]
  29. () Policy between evolution and engineering [i] [d]
  30. Julia Schwanholz, Todd Graham, & Peter-Tobias Stoll [ed] () Managing democracy in the digital age: internet regulation, social media use, and online civic engagement [i] [d]
  31. () Dewey's pragmatic politics: power, limits, and realism about democracy as a way of life [i] [d]
  32. () Models of law [u]
  33. Nina Wallerstein, Bonnie Duran, John G. Oetzel, & Meredith Minkler [ed] () Community-based participatory research for health: advancing social and health equity [i]
  34. () Review of 'Common knowledge?: an ethnography of Wikipedia' [d] [u]
  35. () 'Pragmatic complexity' a new foundation for moving beyond 'evidence-based policy making'? [d]
  36. () Deliberative citizens, (non)deliberative politicians: a rejoinder [d]
  37. () Making better decisions in groups [p] [d]
  38. () Balancing epistemic quality and equal participation in a system approach to deliberative democracy [d]
  39. Yu-Che Chen & Michael J. Ahn [ed] () Routledge handbook on information technology in government [i] [d]
  40. () Library collections in the life of the user: two directions [d]
  41. N. J. Enfield & Paul Kockelman [ed] () Distributed agency [i] [d]
  42. () Assessing the epistemic quality of democratic decision-making in terms of adequate support for conclusions [d]
  43. () Shared governance for sustainable working landscapes [i]
  44. () The troubling logic of inclusivity in environmental consultations [d]
  45. () Public deliberation and the fact of expertise: making experts accountable [d]
  46. () The sound of cooperation: musical influences on cooperative behavior [p] [d]
  47. () Validity and scope as criteria for deliberative epistemic quality across pluralism [d]
  48. () Understanding and improving intelligence analysis by learning from other disciplines [d]
  49. (/2020) Democracy in America?: what has gone wrong and what we can do about it [i] [d]
  50. Antonino Palumbo [ed] () Models of deliberative democracy [i]
  51. () The politics of evidence: from evidence-based policy to the good governance of evidence [i] [d]
  52. Alois A. Paulin, Leonidas G. Anthopoulos, & Christopher G. Reddick [ed] () Beyond bureaucracy: towards sustainable governance informatisation [i] [d]
  53. () International policy diffusion and participatory budgeting: ambassadors of participation, international institutions and transnational networks [i] [d]
  54. () Towards scalable governance: sensemaking and cooperation in the age of social media [d]
  55. () Seeing the wood for the trees: Social Science 3.0 and the role of visual thinking [d]
  56. Mark Robison & Lindley Shedd [ed] () Audio recorders to zucchini seeds: building a library of things [i]
  57. () Scientific community: a moral dimension [d]
  58. () Collusion in restraint of democracy: against political deliberation [as a solution to some failures of democracy] [d]
  59. () Deliberation & the challenge of inequality [d]
  60. () The knowledge illusion: why we never think alone [i]
  61. () The effects of rules on local political decision-making processes: how can rules facilitate participation? [d]
  62. () Science is shaped by Wikipedia: evidence from a randomized control trial [u]
  63. () Strengthening political leadership and policy innovation through the expansion of collaborative forms of governance [d]
  64. () The appropriation of GitHub for curation [d] [u]
  65. () Toward the automated detection of individuals' rationales in large-scale online open participative activities: a conceptual framework [d]
  66. () Globalization and the retreat of citizen participation in collective action: a challenge for public administration [d]
  67. () Varieties of experimentalism [d]
  68. () Open access meta-analysis for psychotherapy research [p] [d]
  69. () Discovering collaborative advantage: the contributions of goal categories and visual strategy mapping [d]
  70. () In search of coproduction: smart services as reciprocal activities [d]
  71. () The Reunited States of America: how we can bridge the partisan divide [i]
  72. () Democracy reinvented: participatory budgeting and civic innovation in America [i] [j]
  73. () Shared collections: collaborative stewardship [i]
  74. () Failure at the top: how power undermines collaborative performance [p] [d]
  75. () Information communication technology utilization for effective emergency management networks [d]
  76. () The bleeding edge: why technology turns toxic in an unequal world [i]
  77. () On online collaboration and construction of shared knowledge: assessing mediation capability in computer supported argument visualization tools [d]
  78. () The social context of decisions [d]
  79. () When is therapist metacommunication followed by more client collaboration?: the moderation effects of timing and contexts [p] [d]
  80. Panos Markopoulos, Jean-Bernard Martens, Julian Malins, Karin Coninx, & Aggelos Liapis [ed] () Collaboration in creative design: methods and tools [i] [d]
  81. Nada Matta, Hassan Atifi, & Guillaume Ducellier [ed] () Daily knowledge valuation in organizations: traceability and capitalization [i] [d]
  82. () Human computation: the power of crowds [p] [d]
  83. () John Dewey: the global public and its problems [i] [u]
  84. () Why we reason: intention-alignment and the genesis of human rationality [d]
  85. Michele Notari, Rebecca B. Reynolds, Samuel Chu, & Beat Döbeli Honegger [ed] () The wiki way of learning: creating learning experiences using collaborative web pages [i]
  86. () From mental maps to GeoParticipation [d]
  87. () Out of the fog: catalyzing integrative capacity in interdisciplinary research [d]
  88. () Imagine there are no leaders: reframing leadership as collaborative agency [d]
  89. () Institutional entrepreneurship, Wikipedia, and the opportunity of the commons [d]
  90. () The new ABCs of research: achieving breakthrough collaborations [i] [d]
  91. () Embeddedness, social capital and learning in rural areas: the case of producer cooperatives [d]
  92. () Building problem forums: on troubleshooting in the professional writing classroom [d]
  93. Anthony Webster, Linda Shaw, & Rachael Vorberg-Rugh [ed] () Mainstreaming co-operation: an alternative for the twenty-first century? [i] [d]
  94. () Fostering state–tribal collaboration: an Indian law primer [i]
  95. () Using argumentation to structure e-participation in policy making [i] [d]
  96. () Argumentation tools for digital politics: addressing the challenge of deliberation in democracies [i] [d]
  97. () Breaking the filter bubble: democracy and design [d]
  98. () Engaging the wisdom of crowds and public judgement for land use planning using public participation geographic information systems [d]
  99. () Integration and interdisciplinarity: concepts, frameworks, and education [d]
  100. Stephen Coleman & Deen Freelon [ed] () Handbook of digital politics [i] [d]
  101. () Citizen-science programs: towards transformative biodiversity governance [d]
  102. () Distributed wikis: a survey [d]
  103. () Collaborative developmental action inquiry [i] [d]
  104. () Putting the public back into governance: the challenges of citizen participation and its future [d]
  105. Robert F. Garnett, Paul Lewis, & Lenore T. Ealy [ed] () Commerce and community: ecologies of social cooperation [i] [d]
  106. () Getting democratic priorities straight: pragmatism, diversity, and the role of beliefs [d]
  107. () Network performance assessment for collaborative disaster response [d]
  108. () Wicked problems: implications for public policy and management [d]
  109. () Identification and prioritization of coordination barriers in humanitarian supply chain management [d]
  110. () A comparative analysis of tools and technologies for policy making [i] [d]
  111. () Teams, teamwork, and team effectiveness: implications for human systems integration [i] [d]
  112. () Thinking together and alone [d]
  113. () Democratic deliberation in the modern world: the systemic turn [d]
  114. () Deliberation and disagreement: problem solving, prediction, and positive dissensus [d]
  115. () Repertoires: how to transform a project into a research community [d]
  116. () Law is code: a software engineering approach to analyzing the United States Code [u]
  117. () From individual to collective learning: a conceptual learning framework for enacting rework prevention [d]
  118. () Accessing the environment: delivering ecological and societal benefits through knowledge integration—the case of water management [d]
  119. () Sharing cities: a case for truly smart and sustainable cities [i] [d]
  120. () The quest for good governance: how societies develop control of corruption [i] [d]
  121. () ARAMANI: decision-support tool for selecting optimal participatory mapping method [d]
  122. () Accelerating the public's learning curve on wicked policy issues: results from deliberative forums on euthanasia [d]
  123. Mikko Rask & Richard Worthington [ed] () Governing biodiversity through democratic deliberation [i] [d]
  124. () A new collaborative methodology for assessment and management of ecosystem services [d]
  125. () Beyond altruism: sociological foundations of cooperation and prosocial behavior [d]
  126. () Wiser: getting beyond groupthink to make groups smarter [i]
  127. () Governance capabilities for dealing wisely with wicked problems [d]
  128. () Wikipedia and the politics of openness [i] [d]
  129. () Wikipedia and the ecosystem of knowledge [d] [u]
  130. () Collaborative problem structuring using MARVEL [d]
  131. () Shared principles of restoration practice in the Chicago Wilderness region [u]
  132. () A case study of librarian outreach to scientists: collaborative research and scholarly communication in conservation biology [d]
  133. Christopher K. Ansell & Jacob Torfing [ed] () Public innovation through collaboration and design [i] [d]
  134. () Peer-to-peer leadership: why the network is the leader [i]
  135. Sönke Bartling & Sascha Friesike [ed] () Opening science: the evolving guide on how the internet is changing research, collaboration and scholarly publishing [i] [d]
  136. () Introducing GitHub: a non-technical guide [i]
  137. () On the nature of distributed organizing [i] [d]
  138. () Wiki approaches to wicked problems: considering African traditions in innovative collaborative approaches [d]
  139. () Finding generality in ecology: a model for globally distributed experiments [d]
  140. Mark A. P. Bovens, Robert E. Goodin, & Thomas Schillemans [ed] () The Oxford handbook of public accountability [i] [d]
  141. () How smart is democracy?: you can't answer that question a priori [d]
  142. () Evolution of responses to (un)fairness [p] [d]
  143. () DCLA meet CIDA: collective intelligence deliberation analytics [u]
  144. () Voting systems for environmental decisions [p] [d]
  145. () Wiki management: a revolutionary new model for a rapidly changing and collaborative world [i]
  146. () Simulation games that integrate research, entertainment, and learning around ecosystem services [d]
  147. () The map and the territory: a practitioner perspective on knowledge cartography [i] [d]
  148. () The network reshapes the library: Lorcan Dempsey on libraries, services and networks [i]
  149. () Socially networked citizen science and the crowd-sourcing of pro-environmental collective actions [i] [d]
  150. () Not by technology alone: the 'analog' aspects of online public engagement in policymaking [d]
  151. () Open science: one term, five schools of thought [i] [d]
  152. () The art of the watchdog: fighting fraud, waste, abuse, and corruption in government [i]
  153. Pnina Fichman & Noriko Hara [ed] () Global Wikipedia: international and cross-cultural issues in online collaboration [i]
  154. () Strategic management of global manufacturing networks: aligning strategy, configuration, and coordination [i] [d]
  155. Jennifer Girouard & Carmen Sirianni [ed] () Varieties of civic innovation: deliberative, collaborative, network, and narrative approaches [i]
  156. () Interactive democracy: the social roots of global justice [i] [d]
  157. () Democracy and epistocracy [d]
  158. () Dynamic publication formats and collaborative authoring [i] [d]
  159. () Hacker science versus closed science: building environmental monitoring infrastructure [d]
  160. () Integrating argument mapping with systems thinking tools: advancing applied systems science [i] [d]
  161. () Common knowledge?: an ethnography of Wikipedia [i]
  162. () Corruption, contention and reform: the power of deep democratization [i] [d]
  163. () Deliberative methods for complex issues: a typology of functions that may need scaffolding [u]
  164. () An embarrassment of riches: a critical review of open innovation systems [d]
  165. () Coordinated exploration: organizing joint search by multiple specialists to overcome mutual confusion and joint myopia [d]
  166. () Exploring community collaborations: social network analysis as a reflective tool for public health [d]
  167. () Wikipedia U: knowledge, authority, and liberal education in the digital age [i]
  168. () Public goods in relation to competition, cooperation, and spite [p] [d]
  169. () Applications of collaborative helping maps: supporting professional development, supervision and work teams in family-centered practice [d]
  170. () Geospatial considerations for a multiorganizational, landscape-scale program [d]
  171. () Do institutions for collective action evolve? [d]
  172. () Taking the pulse of a continent: expanding site-based research infrastructure for regional- to continental-scale ecology [d]
  173. () Harnessing reciprocity to promote cooperation and the provisioning of public goods [d]
  174. () Citizen science: convergent evolution across the sciences [u]
  175. () Beyond single authors: organizational text production as collaborative writing [i] [d]
  176. () Open science and the three cultures: expanding open science to all domains of knowledge creation [i] [d]
  177. () Civic intelligence and the making of sustainable food culture(s) [i]
  178. () Patient involvement in mental health care: one size does not fit all [p] [d]
  179. () 'A story is not a story but a conference': story conferences and the classical studio system [d]
  180. () A natural history of human thinking [i]
  181. () Learn by doing: lessons from a programmer [u]
  182. () From conflict to creative collaboration: a user's guide to dynamic facilitation [i]
  183. () Sharing cities: reinventing and reviving sharing to enhance equity, rebuild community and cut resource use [u]
  184. () Epistemic dependence in interdisciplinary groups [d] [j]
  185. Bas Arts [ed] () Forest and nature governance: a practice based approach [i] [d]
  186. () The promise of practice: the value of the practice based approach for forest and nature governance studies [i] [d]
  187. () Sharing is good: how to save money, time and resources through collaborative consumption [i]
  188. () Plasticity facilitates sustainable growth in the commons [d]
  189. Arthur L. Costa & Pat Wilson O'Leary [ed] () The power of the social brain: teaching, learning, and interdependent thinking [i]
  190. () Understanding the collective collection: towards a system-wide perspective on library print collections [i] [u]
  191. () A platform for location based app development for citizen science and community mapping [i] [d]
  192. () The library as research partner and data creator: the Don Valley Historical Mapping Project [d]
  193. () Cultural evolution as distributed computation [i] [d]
  194. () Lessons from a buried past: settlement women and democratically anchored governance networks [d]
  195. () Onward [or: Unity] [i] [d]
  196. () Integration of specialties: an institutional and organizational view [d]
  197. () Agent-based land-use models and farming games on the social web—fertile ground for a collaborative future? [d]
  198. () Law as engineering: thinking about what lawyers do [i] [d]
  199. Jiří Hřebíček, Gerald Schimak, Miroslav Kubásek, & Andrea E. Rizzoli [ed] () Environmental software systems: fostering information sharing: 10th IFIP WG 5.11 International Symposium, ISESS 2013, Neusiedl am See, Austria, October 9–11, 2013: proceedings [i] [d]
  200. () The spectrum of responses to complex societal issues: reflections on seven years of empirical inquiry [u]
  201. Mary Kaldor & Joseph E. Stiglitz [ed] () The quest for security: protection without protectionism and the challenge of global governance [i] [j]
  202. () Managing emergencies and crises [i]
  203. () Rangeland mashups and wikicology?: implementing collaborative Internet technologies for rangeland management [d]
  204. () From competition to collaboration: toward a new framework for entrepreneurship [i] [d]
  205. () On minimal deliberation, partisan activism, and teaching people how to disagree [d]
  206. () Deliberation, cognitive diversity, and democratic inclusiveness: an epistemic argument for the random selection of representatives [d] [j]
  207. () The wisdom of crowds: methods of human judgement aggregation [i] [d]
  208. () Dialogue & deliberation [i]
  209. () The co-creative meeting: practicing consensual effectivity in organizations [i] [d]
  210. () Common good [i] [d]
  211. () Ten simple rules for cultivating open science and collaborative R&D [d]
  212. Malcolm McIntosh [ed] () The necessary transition: the journey towards the sustainable enterprise economy [i]
  213. () Positive organizational outcomes associated with a penchant for openness [d]
  214. Pietro Michelucci [ed] () Handbook of human computation [i] [d]
  215. () Location-based services in 2030: from sharing to collective action [i] [d]
  216. () Beyond sharing: cultivating cooperative transportation systems through geographic information science [d]
  217. () Promoting group creativity in upstream requirements engineering [i] [d]
  218. () People as sensors and collective sensing—contextual observations complementing geo-sensor network measurements [i] [d]
  219. () Enhancing stakeholder interaction through environmental risk accounts [d]
  220. () Using a blended learning approach to simulate the negotiation of a multilateral environmental agreement [d]
  221. () Solving tough problems with games [p] [d]
  222. () Tackling a wicked problem: water issues! How the Delta Dialogues Project is using dialogue mapping to build shared understanding [u]
  223. () Civil disobedience and deliberative democracy [i] [d]
  224. () Social learning in regional innovation networks: trust, commitment and reframing as emergent properties of interaction [d]
  225. () Human interactivity: problem-solving, solution-probing and verbal patterns in the wild [i] [d]
  226. Kim Sterelny, Richard Joyce, Brett Calcott, & Ben Fraser [ed] () Cooperation and its evolution [i] [d] [j]
  227. () How ontologies are made: studying the hidden social dynamics behind collaborative ontology engineering projects [d]
  228. Katia Sycara, Michele J. Gelfand, & Allison Abbe [ed] () Models for intercultural collaboration and negotiation [i] [d]
  229. () Patterns for emergent global intelligence [i] [d]
  230. () Action inquiry and the Boston Marathon bombings: unilateral vs. mutual power [u]
  231. () The psychology of cooperation: implications for public policy [i] [j]
  232. () What kind of scientist are you?: science and interdisciplinary research [d] [u]
  233. () Teamwork and collaboration [and training to improve them] [d]
  234. () To cooperate or not to cooperate: using new methodologies and frameworks to understand how affiliation influences cooperation in the present and future [d]
  235. () Managing the science–policy interface in a complex and contentious world [i] [d]
  236. () Programming the global brain [d]
  237. () Using visual representations as boundary objects to resolve conflict in collaborative model-building approaches [d]
  238. () Environmental governance as stochastic belief updating: crafting rules to live by [d]
  239. () Empowering students to create and claim value through the Thomas–Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument [d]
  240. () Slow democracy: rediscovering community, bringing decision making back home [i]
  241. () The use of concept maps for knowledge management: from classrooms to research labs [d]
  242. () Co-engineering and participatory water management: organisational challenges for water governance [i] [d]
  243. () Managing wicked problems in agribusiness: the role of multi-stakeholder engagements in value creation [u]
  244. () Prototyping dynamics: sharing multiple designs improves exploration, group rapport, and results [i] [d]
  245. () Parallel prototyping leads to better design results, more divergence, and increased self-efficacy [i] [d]
  246. () Not in my watershed! Will increased federal supervision really bring better coordination between land use and water planning? [d]
  247. Stephen E. Finn, Constance T. Fischer, & Leonard Handler [ed] () Collaborative/therapeutic assessment: a casebook and guide [i]
  248. () Human behavior and sustainability [d]
  249. () Transformative learning in planning and policy deliberation: probing social meaning and tacit assumptions [i] [d]
  250. () Coordinated distributed experiments: an emerging tool for testing global hypotheses in ecology and environmental science [d]
  251. () Polycentric systems and interacting planetary boundaries: emerging governance of climate change–ocean acidification–marine biodiversity [d]
  252. () Using private rights to manage natural resources: is stewardship linked to ownership? [d]
  253. Herman A. Karl, Lynn Scarlett, Juan Carlos Vargas-Moreno, & Michael Flaxman [ed] () Restoring lands: coordinating science, politics and action: complexities of climate and governance [i] [d]
  254. () Plugging the 'whole': librarians as interdisciplinary facilitators [d]
  255. Hélène Landemore & Jon Elster [ed] () Collective wisdom: principles and mechanisms [i] [d]
  256. () Teaching as a design science: building pedagogical patterns for learning and technology [i] [d]
  257. () Key processes, ingredients and components of successful systems collaboration: working with severely emotionally or behaviorally disturbed children and their families [p] [d]
  258. () How to implement free, prior informed consent (FPIC) [u]
  259. () Provoking more productive discussion of wicked problems [d]
  260. () California's Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta conflict: from cooperation to chicken [d]
  261. () Material participation: technology, the environment and everyday publics [i] [d]
  262. () The firm as a 'community of persons': a pillar of humanistic business ethos [d] [j]
  263. Carrie J. Menkel-Meadow [ed] () Multi-party dispute resolution, democracy and decision-making [i]
  264. () Participatory design of DataONE—enabling cyberinfrastructure for the biological and environmental sciences [d]
  265. () Legislative thinking: responsibility, motivation, and cognitive complexity in U.S. statehouses [u]
  266. () Collective action dynamics under external rewards: experimental insights from Andean farming communities [d]
  267. () Making maps that matter: situating GIS within community conversations about changing landscapes [d]
  268. () Collaboration technologies [i] [d]
  269. () What would John Dewey say about deliberative democracy and democratic experimentalism? [d]
  270. () FPIC and beyond: safeguards for power-equalising research that protects biodiversity, rights and culture [u]
  271. () Eliciting expert knowledge to inform landscape modeling of conservation scenarios [d]
  272. () Networked: the new social operating system [i] [d] [j]
  273. () Designing institutions for governing planetary boundaries: lessons from global forest governance [d]
  274. () Expanding the pie: fostering effective non-profit and corporate partnerships [i]
  275. () Private multi-stakeholder governance in the agricultural market place: an analysis of legitimization processes of the roundtables on sustainable palm oil and responsible soy [u]
  276. () Together: the rituals, pleasures, and politics of cooperation [i]
  277. () Civic capacity: building on transformational leadership to explain successful integrative public leadership [d]
  278. () Sensor mania!: the Internet of things, wearable computing, objective metrics, and the Quantified Self 2.0 [d]
  279. () National Geographic FieldScope: a platform for community geography [d]
  280. () Confronting power: the practice of policy advocacy [i]
  281. () Temporal stability and psychological foundations of cooperation preferences [d]
  282. () Pragmatist democracy: evolutionary learning as public philosophy [i] [d]
  283. () Sustainable webs of interests: property in an interconnected environment [i] [d]
  284. () The dream is freedom: Pauli Murray and American democratic faith [i] [d]
  285. () Wicked environmental problems: managing uncertainty and conflict [i] [d]
  286. () Dissenting in reflective conversations: critical components of doing action research [d]
  287. () Crowdsourcing, citizen sensing and sensor web technologies for public and environmental health surveillance and crisis management: trends, OGC standards and application examples [d]
  288. () Transmuted expertise: how technical non-experts can assess experts and expertise [d]
  289. Andrea Cornwall [ed] () The participation reader [i]
  290. (/2013) The heretic's guide to best practices: the reality of managing complex problems in organisations [i]
  291. () Supporting communities of practice by advancing knowledge management between hybrid collaborative environments [i] [d]
  292. () Crowdsourcing systems on the World-Wide Web [d]
  293. () From belief to knowledge: achieving and sustaining an adaptive culture in organizations [i]
  294. E. Franklin Dukes, Karen Firehock, & Juliana Birkhoff [ed] () Community-based collaboration: bridging socio-ecological research and practice [i]
  295. () To comply or not to comply—that isn't the question: how organizations construct the meaning of compliance [i] [d]
  296. () Shared mind: communication, decision making, and autonomy in serious illness [d]
  297. () Determinants of the efficiency of regional innovation systems [d]
  298. () Creating dialogic contexts for multidisciplinary clinical reviews: the reflecting team process [d]
  299. () Collaborative transportation sharing: from theory to practice via a case study from France [i] [d]
  300. () Structured decision making: a practical guide to environmental management choices [i]
  301. () Governance spaces for sustainable river management [d]
  302. () Collaborative intelligence: using teams to solve hard problems [i]
  303. () Leadership and collective requisite complexity [d]
  304. () The emerging role of libraries in data curation and e-science [d]
  305. () To tell the truth: on scientific counterpublics [d]
  306. () Nongovernmental organizations and the forces against them: lessons of the anti-NGO movement [u]
  307. () Linking knowledge to action in collaborative conservation [d]
  308. () Interdisciplinary analysis of the environment: insights from tropical forest research [d]
  309. () The gardens of democracy: a new American story of citizenship, the economy, and the role of government [i]
  310. () The art and science of multi-scale citizen science support [d]
  311. () Why do we need to protect institutional diversity? [d]
  312. () Dewey's ethical-political philosophy as resource in today's global crises and as a guide to a post-ideological politics for the 21st century [i] [d]
  313. Eric Pardede [ed] () Community-built databases: research and development [i] [d]
  314. Christine Parker & Vibeke Lehmann Nielsen [ed] () Explaining compliance: business responses to regulation [i] [d]
  315. () Deliberative democracy, institution building, and the pragmatics of cumulative effects assessment [d]
  316. () 'Anyone can know': citizen journalism and the interpretive community of the mainstream press [d]
  317. () The quality of government: corruption, social trust, and inequality in international perspective [i] [d]
  318. () Salzburg statement on shared decision making [d]
  319. () The evolution of local partnerships for sustainable agriculture [d]
  320. () The luck of the draw: the role of lotteries in decision-making [i]
  321. () A case for the re-use of community reasoning [i] [d]
  322. () Methods for collaboratively identifying research priorities and emerging issues in science and policy [d]
  323. () Boundary shifts: from management to engagement in complexities of ecosystems and social contexts [i] [d]
  324. () Incentives for cooperation: the effects of institutional controls on common pool resource extraction in Cambodia [d]
  325. () The political economy of power-sharing [d]
  326. () No ownership of common factors [p] [d]
  327. John Yearwood & Andrew Stranieri [ed] () Technologies for supporting reasoning communities and collaborative decision making: cooperative approaches [i] [d]
  328. () Is collaboration a viable target for family therapists? [d]
  329. () The visible hand: coordination functions of the regulatory state [u]
  330. () Transparency in nonstate certification: consequences for accountability and legitimacy [d]
  331. () Using learning networks to understand complex systems: a case study of biological, geophysical and social research in the Amazon [d]
  332. Peter H. F. Bekker, Rudolf Dolzer, Michael Waibel, & Detlev F. Vagts [ed] () Making transnational law work in the global economy: essays in honour of Detlev Vagts [i] [d]
  333. () Public sector administration of ecological economics systems using mediated modeling [d]
  334. () Devolution of environment and resources governance: trends and future [d]
  335. () Long live the web: a call for continued open standards and neutrality [d] [u]
  336. () Using ICTs to create a culture of transparency: e-government and social media as openness and anti-corruption tools for societies [d]
  337. Valerie A. Brown, John A. Harris, & Jacqueline Y. Russell [ed] () Tackling wicked problems through the transdisciplinary imagination [i] [d]
  338. () Democracy & rhetoric: John Dewey on the arts of becoming [i]
  339. () Regoverning the workplace: from self-regulation to co-regulation [i]
  340. () Cooperative behavior cascades in human social networks [p] [d]
  341. () Culture and cooperation [d]
  342. () Using the Delphi method to engage stakeholders: a comparison of two studies [d]
  343. Laura A. German, Joshua Ramisch, & Ritu Verma [ed] () Beyond the biophysical: knowledge, culture, and politics in agriculture and natural resource management [i] [d]
  344. () Crowdsourcing geographic information for disaster response: a research frontier [d]
  345. Gary P. Green & Ann Goetting [ed] () Mobilizing communities: asset building as a community development strategy [i]
  346. () The arrogance of ethnnography: managing anthropological research knowledge [u]
  347. () Design to thrive: creating social networks and online communities that last [i] [d]
  348. () Policy networking as capacity building: an analysis of regional road development conflict in Indonesia [d]
  349. () Facilitated group decision making in hierarchical contexts [i] [d]
  350. () Punishment and spite, the dark side of cooperation [d]
  351. Wil de Jong, Denyse J. Snelder, & Noboru Ishikawa [ed] () Transborder governance of forests, rivers, and seas [i] [d]
  352. () Coevolutionary ecological economics [d]
  353. () 'Whose inquiry is this anyway?': money, power, reports, and collaborative inquiry [d]
  354. () Opinion leaders and complex sustainability issues [d]
  355. () Thinking about knowing: conceptual foundations for interdisciplinary environmental research [d]
  356. D. Marc Kilgour & Colin Eden [ed] () Handbook of group decision and negotiation [i] [d]
  357. () Living with the dragon: acting ethically in a world of unintended consequences [i]
  358. Gwendolyn L. Kolfschoten, Thomas Herrmann, & Stephan Lukosch [ed] () Collaboration and technology: 16th international conference, CRIWG 2010, Maastricht, the Netherlands, September 20–23, 2010: proceedings [i] [d]
  359. () Collaboration engineering [i] [d]
  360. () The 'demonization' of rainforest migrants, or: what conservation means to poor colonist farmers [i] [d]
  361. Daniel Lathrop & Laurel Ruma [ed] () Open government: collaboration, transparency, and participation in practice [i]
  362. () Emotion in negotiation [i] [d]
  363. () Forest certification as a global environmental governance tool: what is the macro-effectiveness of the Forest Stewardship Council? [d]
  364. () The abundant community: awakening the power of families and neighborhoods [i]
  365. () The social capital of global ties in science: the added value of international collaboration [d]
  366. () 'Opting out': a case study of smallholder rejection of research in western Kenya [i] [d]
  367. () Four cultures: new synergies for engaging society on climate change [d]
  368. () Out of sync and unaware?: exploring the effects of problem frame alignment and discordance in community collaboratives [d]
  369. () Optimising economic, environmental, and social objectives: a goal-programming approach in the food sector [d]
  370. () An action learning method for increased innovation capability in organisations [d]
  371. () Building bridges from the margins: the work of leadership in social change organizations [d]
  372. () Paradox and collaboration in network management [d]
  373. () Polycentric systems for coping with collective action and global environmental change [d]
  374. () NGO–anthropologist collaboration: lessons learned from working in Argentina [d] [j]
  375. () Crossing boundaries for environmental science and management: combining interdisciplinary, interorganizational and international collaboration [d]
  376. () Seeing (and doing) conservation through cultural lenses [d]
  377. () Evaluating the role of co-management in improving governance of marine protected areas: an experimental approach in the Colombian Caribbean [d]
  378. () Analyzing water institutions in the 21st century: guidelines for water researchers and professionals [d]
  379. () Working together: collective action, the commons, and multiple methods in practice [i] [d] [j]
  380. () Good faith collaboration: the culture of Wikipedia [i] [j] [u]
  381. () Systems thinking, mapping, and modeling in group decision and negotiation [i] [d]
  382. Gert de Roo & Elisabete A. Silva [ed] () A planner's encounter with complexity [i]
  383. () Conditional cooperation and costly monitoring explain success in forest commons management [d]
  384. Joseph Sarkis, James Jude Cordeiro, & Diego Vazquez Brust [ed] () Facilitating sustainable innovation through collaboration: a multi-stakeholder perspective [i] [d]
  385. () Computer supported reflection of good practice [i] [d]
  386. () Participatory sensing: building empowering surveillance [d]
  387. () NIMBY, agent-relative reasons and public reason: an open peer commentary on Simon Feldman and Derek Turner's 'Why not NIMBY?' [d]
  388. () Leading public sector networks: an empirical examination of integrative leadership behaviors [d]
  389. () Dealing with environmental responsibilities: living everyday life as political participation [i] [d]
  390. () The effects of repeat collaboration on creative abrasion [d]
  391. () The multi-professional approach: front-line professionals' behaviours and interactions [d]
  392. () Put everything under version control [i]
  393. () Developmental action inquiry: a distinct integral theory that actually integrates developmental theory, practice, and research [i]
  394. () How participation creates citizens: participatory governance as performative practice [u]
  395. () Why people cooperate: the role of social motivations [i] [d] [j]
  396. () Cooperation and the commons [d]
  397. () Analytics and beliefs: competing explanations for defining problems and choosing allies and opponents in collaborative environmental management [d]
  398. () Fullness and dearth: depth experience and democratic life [d]
  399. () Embodied interdisciplinarity: what is the role of polymaths in environmental research? [d]
  400. W. Neil Adger & Andrew Jordan [ed] () Governing sustainability [i] [d]
  401. () Meeting in the middle: desirable but not easy [d]
  402. () Beyond NGO-ization?: reflections from Latin America [d]
  403. () Challenges in multiple cross-sector partnerships [d]
  404. () Looking beyond traditional volunteer management: a case study of an alternative approach to volunteer engagement in parks and recreation [d]
  405. () Evolution of co-management: role of knowledge generation, bridging organizations and social learning [d]
  406. Frank Biermann, Bernd Siebenhüner, & Anna Schreyögg [ed] () International organizations in global environmental governance [i]
  407. () Social learning for solving complex problems: a promising solution or wishful thinking?: a case study of multi-actor negotiation for the integrated management and sustainable use of the Drentsche Aa area in the Netherlands [d]
  408. () Co-management of sea turtle fisheries: biogeography versus geopolitics [d]
  409. () Experiments in economics: playing fair with money [i]
  410. Frans H. J. M. Coenen [ed] () Public participation and better environmental decisions: the promise and limits of participatory processes for the quality of environmentally related decision-making [i] [d]
  411. () Creating or destroying business value: understanding the opportunities and the limits of a win-win collaboration [i]
  412. () Fourteen kinds of social contract [o] [u]
  413. () How festivals nurture resilience in regional communities [i]
  414. () The work of environmental governance networks: traceability, credibility and certification by the Forest Stewardship Council [d]
  415. () Democracy and expertise: reorienting policy inquiry [i] [d]
  416. () When the people speak: deliberative democracy and public consultation [i] [d]
  417. () Catalyzing collaboration: Wisconsin's agency-initiated basin partnerships [d]
  418. () Relational being: beyond self and community [i]
  419. Stephen Goldsmith & Donald F. Kettl [ed] () Unlocking the power of networks: keys to high-performance government [i]
  420. () Collaboration: how leaders avoid the traps, create unity, and reap big results [i]
  421. () Notes on collaboration: assessing student behaviors [d]
  422. () Relationship connection: a redux on the role of minding and the quality of feeling special in the enhancement of closeness [i] [d]
  423. () The potentials and limitations of civil society research: getting undone science done [d]
  424. () Film collaboration and creative conflict [d]
  425. () Intelligent participation: communicating knowledge in cross-functional project teams [d]
  426. () Linking information to real-life problems: an interdisciplinary collaboration of librarians, departments, and food businesses [d]
  427. () Collaborative case conceptualization: working effectively with clients in cognitive-behavioral therapy [i]
  428. () The governance of ecosystem services from tropical upland watersheds [d]
  429. Simon A. Levin [ed] () Games, groups, and the global good [i] [d]
  430. () Providing argument support for e-participation [d]
  431. () Collaborative helping: a practice framework for family-centered services [d]
  432. Carmen Malena [ed] () From political won't to political will: building support for participatory governance [i]
  433. () Social learning through evaluation: a case study of overcoming constraints for management of dryland salinity [d]
  434. () Citizen participation in the making of environmental decisions: evolving obstacles and potential solutions through partnership with experts and agents [u]
  435. () Wiki government: how technology can make government better, democracy stronger, and citizens more powerful [i] [j]
  436. () Managing the rivalry of competing institutional logics [d]
  437. () Collaboration in theatre: a practical guide for designers and directors [i] [d]
  438. () Distributed creativity: how collective creations emerge from collaboration [d]
  439. () Beyond just research: experiences from southern Africa in developing social learning partnerships for resource conservation initiatives [d]
  440. () Unite and conquer: how to build coalitions that win—and last [i]
  441. () Investing in democracy: engaging citizens in collaborative governance [i]
  442. () Making integration work requires more than goodwill [p]
  443. () Making governance networks effective and democratic through metagovernance [d]
  444. () Work after globalization: building occupational citizenship [i] [d]
  445. () The generalist approach [d]
  446. () The sense of dissonance: accounts of worth in economic life [i]
  447. () eBird: a citizen-based bird observation network in the biological sciences [d]
  448. () Bridging the gap: how can information access and exchange between conservation biologists and field practitioners be improved for better conservation outcomes? [d]
  449. () The governance of nature and the nature of governance: policy that works for biodiversity and livelihoods [i]
  450. () Why we cooperate [i]
  451. () Cooperative behavior and institutions [d]
  452. () Coalitions, science, and belief change: comparing adversarial and collaborative policy subsystems [d]
  453. () Synchrony and cooperation [d]
  454. () Democratic assessment of collaborative planning processes [d]
  455. () Homes on the range: cooperative conservation and environmental change on California's privately owned hardwood rangelands [d]
  456. () Exploring collaborative environmental governance: perspectives on bridging and actor agency [d]
  457. () Managing conflict in construction megaprojects: leadership and third-party principles [d]
  458. () Collaborative governance in theory and practice [d]
  459. () Learning to negotiate reality: a strategy for teaching intercultural competencies [d]
  460. () Passionate participation: emotional experiences and expressions in deliberative forums [d]
  461. Lisa Bingham & Rosemary O'Leary [ed] () Big ideas in collaborative public management [i] [d]
  462. () Mapping dialogue: essential tools for social change [i]
  463. () Crowdsourcing as a model for problem solving [d]
  464. () Democracy as problem solving: civic capacity in communities across the globe [i]
  465. () Hack, mash, & peer: crowdsourcing government transparency [u]
  466. () Blogs, Wikipedia, Second life, and beyond: from production to produsage [i]
  467. (/2014) Knowledge cartography for controversies: the Iraq debate [i] [d]
  468. () Democratizing knowledge: sustainable and conventional agricultural field days as divergent democratic forms [d]
  469. () Developing interorganizational networks [i]
  470. () Student/teacher co-construction of visualizable models in large group discussion [i] [d]
  471. () Negotiation, meet new governance: interests, skills, and selves [d]
  472. () Growing a global issue base: an issue-based approach to policy deliberation [u]
  473. () Social-psychological principles of community-based conservation and conservancy motivation: attaining goals within an autonomy-supportive environment [d]
  474. () What's mine is yours: open source as a new paradigm for sustainable healthcare education [p] [d]
  475. () From teams to knots: activity-theoretical studies of collaboration and learning at work [i] [d]
  476. Louise Fortmann [ed] () Participatory research in conservation and rural livelihoods: doing science together [i]
  477. () The librarian as bridge-builder [d]
  478. Kathleen Gallagher [ed] () The methodological dilemma: creative, critical, and collaborative approaches to qualitative research [i]
  479. () Some practical suggestions for improving engagement between researchers and policy-makers in natural resource management [d]
  480. () Meeting universal human needs as the foundation of individual and social development and of social and global justice [d]
  481. () Innovating democracy: democratic theory and practice after the deliberative turn [i] [d]
  482. () Making research relevant: if it is an evidence-based practice, where's the practice-based evidence? [d]
  483. () Distributed knowing: a conversation with Philippe Descola [o]
  484. Gertrude Hirsch Hadorn [ed] () Handbook of transdisciplinary research [i] [d]
  485. () In search of dialogue: staging science communication in consensus conferences [i] [d]
  486. () Towards decision support for participatory democracy [i] [d]
  487. () The politics of gossip and denial in interorganizational relations [d]
  488. () Information into action: biodiversity data outreach and municipal land conservation [d]
  489. () Individual values and social goals in environmental decision making [i] [d]
  490. () A typology of collaboration efforts in environmental management [d]
  491. () Getting to 'let's talk': comments on collaborative environmental dispute resolution processes [u]
  492. () A culture of justification: the pragmatist's epistemic argument for democracy [d]
  493. () A critical review of the theory and application of social learning in participatory natural resource management processes [d]
  494. () Dialogue mapping and collaborative learning [i] [d]
  495. () Finding hope in the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment [d]
  496. Alexandra Okada, Simon J. Buckingham Shum, & Tony Sherborne [ed] (/2014) Knowledge cartography: software tools and mapping techniques [i] [d]
  497. () Systemic leadership and the emergence of ethical responsiveness [d] [j]
  498. () Makkala Panchayats: institutionalization of children's participation in local decision-making [d]
  499. () Large group interventions: whole system approaches to organizational change [i]
  500. () Mass argumentation and the semantic web [d]
  501. () Organising to protect: protecting landscapes and livelihoods in the Nicaraguan hillsides [d]
  502. () Retaking rationality: how cost–benefit analysis can better protect the environment and our health [i]
  503. () Challenging hegemonies: advancing collaboration in community-based participatory action research [d]
  504. () Liberating voices: a pattern language for communication revolution [i] [d] [u]
  505. Brandon A. Sullivan, Mark Snyder, & John L. Sullivan [ed] () Cooperation: the political psychology of effective human interaction [i]
  506. () The conflict-positive organization: it depends upon us [d]
  507. () Joyful ignorance and the civic mind [i]
  508. () Life's recurring challenges and the fundamental dimensions: an integration and its implications for cultural differences and similarities [d]
  509. () New knowledge from old data: the role of standards in the sharing and reuse of ecological data [d]
  510. () Stakeholders or subject matter experts, who should be consulted? [d]
  511. () The perverse effects of competition on scientists' work and relationships [p] [d]
  512. Harlene Anderson & Diane R. Gehart [ed] () Collaborative therapy: relationships and conversations that make a difference [i]
  513. Jean-Marie Baland, Pranab K. Bardhan, & Samuel Bowles [ed] () Inequality, cooperation, and environmental sustainability [i]
  514. Fikret Berkes, Derek R. Armitage, & Nancy Doubleday [ed] () Adaptive co-management: collaboration, learning, and multi-level governance [i]
  515. () Stumbling forward: the organizational challenges of building and sustaining collaborative watershed management [d]
  516. () Employing philosophical dialogue in collaborative science [d]
  517. () Public values and public interest: counterbalancing economic individualism [i]
  518. () Deliberative mapping: a novel analytic-deliberative methodology to support contested science-policy decisions [d]
  519. () Cooperation versus competition: is there really such an issue? [d]
  520. () Wikipedia again: an addressable knowledge base [u]
  521. () The real wealth of nations: creating a caring economics [i]
  522. () Full disclosure: the perils and promise of transparency [i] [d]
  523. () Evaluating the imperative of intraorganizational collaboration: a school improvement perspective [d]
  524. () The purpose (and perils) of government–nonprofit partnership [d]
  525. () Critical perspectives on global governance: rights and regulation in governing regimes [i]
  526. () From participatory systematisation to a regional network for policy change [u]
  527. () Hyperconnection: natural history museums, knowledge, and the evolving ecology of community [d]
  528. () Leadership agility: five levels of mastery for anticipating and initiating change [i]
  529. () Therapeutic collaboration: how does it work? [d]
  530. () The critical role of the librarian/information officer as boundary spanner across cultures: humans as essential components in global digital libraries [i] [d]
  531. () Bridges and barriers to developing and conducting interdisciplinary graduate-student team research [u]
  532. () Democracy at its best?: the consensus conference in a cross-national perspective [d]
  533. () Markets, deliberation, and environment [i] [d]
  534. () Social learning and water resources management [u]
  535. Sandy Kristin Piderit, Ronald E. Fry, & David L. Cooperrider [ed] () Handbook of transformative cooperation: new designs and dynamics [i]
  536. () The learning conference [d]
  537. () The case for developmental methodologies in democratization [d]
  538. () Group genius: the creative power of collaboration [i]
  539. () Co-operative identity [u]
  540. () Maps narratives and trails: performativity, hodology and distributed knowledges in complex adaptive systems—an approach to emergent mapping [d]
  541. () A new weave of power, people, and politics: the action guide for advocacy and citizen participation [i] [d]
  542. () The rise of the unelected: democracy and the new separation of powers [i] [d]
  543. () On the evolution of trust, distrust, and formal coordination and control in interorganizational relationships: toward an integrative framework [d]
  544. Jeroen Warner [ed] () Multi-stakeholder platforms for integrated water management [i]
  545. Thomas George Weiss & Sam Daws [ed] () The Oxford handbook on the United Nations [i] [d]
  546. () Facilitating cooperation during times of chaos: spontaneous orders and muddling through in Malinau District, Indonesia [u]
  547. () Ten essential wiki attitudes [i]
  548. () Wikis for dummies [i]
  549. () Enlarging the societal pie through wise legislation: a psychological perspective [d]
  550. Srilatha Batliwala & L. David Brown [ed] () Transnational civil society: an introduction [i]
  551. () Leadership for the common good [i]
  552. () The handbook of large group methods: creating systemic change in organizations and communities [i]
  553. () Social contracting in a pluralist process of moral sense making: a dialogic twist on the ISCT [d] [j]
  554. () Avoiding ghettos of like-minded people: random selection and organizational collaboration [i]
  555. () Sustainable consumption research as democratic expertise [d]
  556. () Dialogue mapping: building shared understanding of wicked problems [i]
  557. () Citizen-centered collaborative public management [d]
  558. () The speed of trust: the one thing that changes everything [i]
  559. () Appreciating mediation's global role in promoting good governance [o] [u]
  560. () Troubles on the way: an analysis of the challenges faced by multi-stakeholder platforms [d]
  561. () Varieties of participation in complex governance [d]
  562. () The role of science in NGO mediated conservation: insights from a biodiversity hotspot in Mexico [d]
  563. Mike Green, John O'Brien, Henry Moore, & Dan Duncan [ed] () When people care enough to act: ABCD in action [i]
  564. () How creating 'communities of learning' and 'common cultures' fosters collaboration: the e-Parliament, the Israeli settlements project, and the Mexican negotiation skills training workshop [d]
  565. () Critical next steps in research on public meetings and environmental decision making [u]
  566. () Make-or-break roles in collaboration leadership [i]
  567. () Fostering dialogue across divides: a nuts and bolts guide from the Public Conversations Project [o]
  568. () Between consensus and compromise: acknowledging the negotiation dimension in participatory approaches [d]
  569. () The versatile leader: make the most of your strengths without overdoing it [i]
  570. () Making a difference: on the constraints of consensus building and the relevance of deliberation in stakeholder dialogues [d]
  571. Elliott C. Kulakowski & Lynne U. Chronister [ed] () Research administration and management [i]
  572. () The leaf of goals: the use of a metaphor in conflict management [u]
  573. () Exploring the wiki world: the new face of collaboration [d]
  574. () On complex communication [d] [j]
  575. () Why hasn't the world gotten to yes?: an appreciation and some reflections [d]
  576. () Out of heads and onto paper: writeshops [u]
  577. () Co-operative business: the role of co-operative principles and values [u]
  578. () Corporate legitimacy as deliberation: a communicative framework [d] [j]
  579. () Evidence-based policy: a realist perspective [i]
  580. () To play the fool: can environmental conservation and democracy survive social capital? [d]
  581. () Regulation and social solidarity [d]
  582. () Participatory processes for designing environmental policies [d]
  583. () The development of collaboration of response to Hurricane Katrina in the Dallas area [d]
  584. () Promoting a paradigm of collaboration in an adversarial legal system: an integrated problem solving perspective for shifting prevailing attitudes from competition to cooperation within the legal profession [o] [u]
  585. (/2014) Knowledge building and knowledge creation: theory, pedagogy, and technology [i] [d]
  586. Sandy Schuman [ed] () Creating a culture of collaboration: the International Association of Facilitators handbook [i]
  587. () Involving multiple stakeholders in large-scale collaborative projects [i]
  588. () Alliance management teams and entrainment: sharing temporal mental models [d]
  589. () Putting 'counselor' back in the lawyer's job description: why more states should adopt collaborative law statutes [u]
  590. () Journey to successful collaborations [u]
  591. () Organization learning in non-writing communities [d]
  592. () Corporate governance and the Mondragón Cooperatives [d]
  593. () Sensemaking and the distortion of critical upward communication in organizations [d]
  594. () Facilitating dialogue and deliberation in environmental conflict: the use of groups in collaborative learning [i]
  595. () Critical success conditions of collaborative methods: a comparative evaluation of transport planning projects [d]
  596. () Four perspectives on public participation process in environmental assessment and decision making: combined results from 10 case studies [d]
  597. () Wicked policies and righteous economists [u]
  598. () Practical dialogue: emergent approaches for effective collaboration [i]
  599. () Collaborative learning techniques: a handbook for college faculty [i]
  600. () The World Café: shaping our futures through conversations that matter [i]
  601. () Adapting and combining deliberative designs: juries, polls, and forums [i]
  602. () Getting to 'we': examining the relationship between geographic scale and ingroup emergence in collaborative watershed planning [u]
  603. () White knights of spatial data infrastructure: the role and motivation of key individuals [o] [u]
  604. () Collaboration for community-based wildlife management [d]
  605. (/2006) Wiki: web collaboration [i] [d]
  606. () Giving a voice to posterity: deliberative democracy and representation of future people [d]
  607. () Democracy, cooperation and business success: the case of Mondragón Corporación Cooperativa [d] [j]
  608. John Gastil & Peter Levine [ed] () The deliberative democracy handbook: strategies for effective civic engagement in the twenty-first century [i]
  609. (/2008) Sequencing deliberative moments [i] [d]
  610. () Unlikely alliances: treaty conflicts and environmental cooperation between Native American and rural white communities [d]
  611. () Medical generalists: connecting the map and the territory [d]
  612. () Democratizing innovation [i]
  613. () Managing to collaborate: the theory and practice of collaborative advantage [i]
  614. () Using collaboration as a governance strategy: lessons from six watershed management programs [d]
  615. () We finished the plan, so now what?: impacts of collaborative stakeholder participation on land use policy [d]
  616. () Discovering community power: a guide to mobilizing local assets and your organization's capacity [o] [u]
  617. Robert Latham & Saskia Sassen [ed] () Digital formations: IT and new architectures in the global realm [i]
  618. () Desenho institucional e participação política: experiências no Brasil contemporâneo [i]
  619. () Community toolbox: consensus building [u]
  620. () Co-management of natural resources: opportunities for and barriers to working with citizen volunteers [d]
  621. () Coordination as energy-in-conversation [d]
  622. () The skilled facilitator fieldbook: tips, tools, and tested methods for consultants, facilitators, managers, trainers, and coaches [i]
  623. () Deliberative group dynamics: power, status and affect in interactive policy making [d]
  624. () Taking conversation, dialogue, and therapy public [d]
  625. () Humanitarian aid logistics: supply chain management in high gear [d]
  626. () Cognitive bases for effective participation in democratic institutions: argument skill and juror reasoning [d]
  627. () The unacknowledged convergence of open source, open access, and open science [d] [u]
  628. () Though all things differ: pluralism as a basis for cooperation in forests [i]
  629. () NGO capacity analysis toolkit: a toolkit for assessing and building capacities for high quality responses to HIV/AIDS [i] [u]
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  643. () Collaborative environmental management: what roles for government? [i]
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  691. () The three person field: collaborative consultation to psychotherapy [d]
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  753. () Solidarity and suffering: toward a politics of relationality [i]
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  757. () Organizing genius: the secrets of creative collaboration [i]
  758. () The ecology of hope: communities collaborate for sustainability [i]
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  769. () Integrated resource planning and management: the ecosystem approach in the Great Lakes basin [i]
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  771. () Cooperation works!: how people are using cooperative action to rebuild communities and revitalize the economy [i]
  772. () Models of teaching and learning: participation in a community of learners [i] [d]
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  774. () Creating strategic alliances which endure [d]
  775. () Bridging the class divide and other lessons for grassroots organizing [i]
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  777. () Communication and the other: beyond deliberative democracy [i]
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  780. () Proving you're qualified: strategies for competent people without college degrees [i]
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  785. () Collaborative leadership: how citizens and civic leaders can make a difference [i]
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