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Vision and reality: community involvement in Irish urban regeneration

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This article examines the processes and outcomes of community involvement in six Irish urban regeneration case studies, three in Dublin and three in Belfast. The findings are part of a wider study using a Complex Adaptive Systems perspective to analyse public sector decision making. Key points included: (1) the community 'vision' of the regeneration as an emergent property, which converged towards the vision held by the implementing agencies in the four most successful programmes; and (2) the identification of three features that contribute to non-linear (unpredictable) behaviour: a history of community involvement; the availability of resources; and the intervention of key individuals at crisis points.
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Keywords: COMMUNITY; COMPLEX ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS; IRELAND; URBAN REGENERATION

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: October, 2008

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